proyectos de cultura

Producción, itinerancia y promoción de exposiciones de fotografía y arte contemporáneo

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Clásicos consagrados de prestigio internacional, como Weston o Weegee, o autores nacionales de largo recorrido y reconocida carrera, como Miguel Trillo o Gervasio Sánchez. Nuestra selección de exposiciones de fotografia reune a los mejores nombres de este arte, desde donde también buscamos proyección para jóvenes emergentes.

Miguel Trillo. La estirpe de la calle

Más de tres décadas de trabajo de Miguel Trillo recogidas en una exposición. “La estirpe de la calle en la que el autor recorre las tribus urbanas del buena parte de nuestro planeta, desde el Madrid de la Movida, en los años 80, a Manila, Nueva York o Dubai de los inicios del siglo XXI. … [más info]

(Español) Gervasio Sánchez

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This group exhibition provides a representative overview of the developmentof fashion photography from its beginnings in the 1920s to the present. Based on one of the most important European photo collections, the exhibition features approximately 120 prints, many of them vintages, by 40 photographers.This retrospective of Fashion photography let us live unique and extraordinary experiences … [más info]

Edward Weston

Edward Weston was an American artist known for his contributions to the development of modern photography who used to say: “I try to turn the everyday into anything unusual.” By taking close-up shots of natural objects, Weston achieved photographs of unconventional forms. The carefully framed photos and the singular images from the closest reality characterize … [más info]

Steve Schapiro

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Gabriela Grech

En Larache, ciudad portuaria situada 85 kilómetros al sur de Tánger, vivió  la fotógrafa Gabriela Grech (Madrid, 1961), y la singular imagen de la ciudad marroquí quedó fijada en su memoria y en su retina. Premio Creación Artística de la Comunidad de Madrid en 2008, el proyecto fotográfico ‘Larache/Al-Araich, entre la memoria y el presente’ … [más info]

James Natchwey

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Lee Miller

Born in New York in 1907, she went to Paris at the age of 22 and worked with the well known Surrealist artist and photographer Man Ray, She became known as a portraitist and fashion photographer, but her most enduring body of work is that of her Surrealist images. After New York she lived in Egypt … [más info]


Known or his uncanny ability to be in the right place at the right time, this master reporter shows us New York city’s nightlife between 1930 and 1960. Weegee’s photography opens the doors for us to this exciting city, demonstrating its extreme violence and relentless brutality while also offering an ironic glance at city’s most friendly … [más info]

Martin Munkacsi

Martin Munckasi (born Hungary 1896, died New York 1963) was a self-taught photographer who began his career in a sports paper in Budapest. In 1927, he started working for the Berlin-based Ulistein publishers where he met Lazio Monoll-Naqy whom he would later work with in works such as Koralle, Uhu and Die Dame. In 1933 … [más info]

Alvaro Siza

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Gianni Berengo Gardin

Of all the Italian authors, Gianni Berengo Gardin (born Liguria 1930) is the best known outside of Italy and is considered an icon of Italian photography. For more than forty years, his camera captured very significant moments in the everyday life and environment of Italians, showing both their most popular side and their most unfamiliar … [más info]

Willy Ronis

This retrospective of Willy Ronis (born Paris 1910-died Paris 2009) presents the best works of a deeply committed photographer and the keys to his significant contribution to photography. The exhibition ranges from his early work in Paris where he was part of the group of humanist photographers, through his later work where he turned to … [más info]

Daniel Mordzinski

A great literature lover -he admits to being a frustrated writer- the Argentinean photographer dedicated 30 years of his professional life to taking photographs of writers all over the world with the objective of creating the Atlas of Universal Literature.  Renowned writers such as Jorge Luis Borges,  Camilo José Cela, Gabriel García Márquez, Paul Theroux … [más info]

Sabine Weiss

A retrospective of 100 photographs selected by the author, many times describe as the “tenderness photographer” among the generation of the Humanist Photographers. All of these photographs except one show the human being, always on a beauty attitude, but also as a fragile and worthy of admiration, always capable of rebirth from its inner side. … [más info]

SAabine Weiss

Alban, Armand and Van Leo

This exhibition presents the work of three Armenian photographers who are considered to be the masters of portrait photography in Cairo from the 1940s to 1960.  In spite of their very different styles, all three worked under commission and placed a great deal of importance on providing a handmade touch to their artistic expression.  Their photos … [más info]

Janine Niepce

Working with the ever-present idea of portraying France after World War II, this French photographer, who was very close to the feminist movement, witnessed the enormous changes that occurred in women’s lives during the last half of the 20th century. Aside from the attention she paid to the feminine universe, Janine Niepce also portrayed numerous … [más info]

Lotte Reiniger

Born in Berlin-Charlottenburg in 1899. Lotte Reiniger fell in love with cinema as a teenager. In 1915 Reiniger  started making silhouette portraits of the various actors around her in the theater company. In 1918 Reiniger animated wooden rats for Wegener’s “The Pied Piper of Hamelin”. The success of this work got her admitted into Institute for Cultural Discovery, … [más info]