Madrid’s largest photography festival PhotoEspaña opens Automatic translate
The event will host more than seventy exhibitions of three hundred photographers from forty-five countries. In addition to the official program, 38 galleries will present their own exhibitions. We will focus on the 5 largest events of the festival.
Warhol Factory, Fernán-Gómez Art Center. Organized by the Santander Foundation, the exhibition tells the story of the “Factory”, created by Andy Warhol in New York, which has become the brightest phenomenon in world culture. The exhibition should revive the spirit of this mythical place.
“Divided Space”, Botanical Garden. The organizer of the exhibition is Bank of America. Works from the bank’s own collection are presented here, such masters as Philip-Lorca di Corsia, Günther Förg, Andreas Gursky and others. The key points of the exhibition are the Treaty on the Limitation of Nuclear Weapons, the fall of the Berlin Wall, the end of the Cold War and the birth of a new era, signed by Reagan and Gorbachev in 1987. Each of the 17 photografs presents his own vision of this historic transition.
Mexican Suitcase, Center for Fine Arts. The exhibition is organized by the Pablo Iglesias Foundation and includes the works of Robert Capa, David Seymour and Gerda Taro, who are considered the first front-line photographers of our time. Their unique works belong to the period of the Civil War in Spain 1936-1939.
“Sharon Hayes. Discussion ”, Queen Sofia Museum. The organizers of MNCARS presented the first solo exhibition of the young American artist Sharon Hayes, working in several genres, including video and installations. His works reflect socially significant and cultural events, mainly in recent history.
“Anxiety of an image”, Alcalá. The works of 14 artists from Germany, Argentina, Australia, South Korea, China, Israel, Italy and other countries of the world explore the uncertainty of the present through a special point of view of contemporary art.
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