Until recently, directing films seemed off-limits to women in Spain, but a new generation of filmmakers —Carla Simón, Pilar Palomero, or Paula Ortiz, among others— have broken through that glass ceiling.
Her passion for photography runs in the family. Her father, a shutterbug, used to take her photo often, which is why, when young Estela started shooting photos with her own camera, she featured the people who were part of her life.
Time, such a valuable and rare resource in today’s world, is what Lala Serrano dedicates to her photography. Her analogue camera captures moments that she doesn’t look for, but that find her, extracting beauty and poetry.
His first commission was photographing the estuary in Vigo. Thirty years later, Tino Soriano has captured the most remote places on Earth on his endless travels with his camera. And he’s not planning to stop anytime soon.
Photographer Andoni Canela’s love for nature stems from his childhood, when curiosity led him to look up information in an encyclopaedia he had at home. Today, that curiosity remains intact.
Lúa Ribeira's visual language, committed and far from conventionalism, has won over the most prestigious photographic agency in the world: Magnum. She is the third Spaniard to join this select club.
Adrenaline rushes. Emotional highs. Collective bliss. Given the abundance of festivals, Spain has turned into a paradise for these kinds of photographers. Do you want to get to know their work?
Since her beginnings, at the end of the 1960s, until today, Pilar Aymerich has photographed our social reality with a female gaze steeped in ethics, commitment, and respect for the world and her subjects.
She always wanted to be an artist but didn’t always know how. Until they found her. At the last Málaga Film Festival, Lupe de la Vallina and her camera immortalised a tidy sum of the Spanish ‘star system’. 80 portraits to add to her collection.
The lights and shadows of being human. Those are the elements that Isabel Muñoz, Spanish National Photography Award, has been capturing with her camera to delve into our true essence.
His particular way of perceiving space has turned Juan Baraja into one of the leading photographers of contemporary architecture. Within the framework of PHotoESPAÑA, he presents 'Against All That Glitters: Effects of Time'.