World Press Photo 2017 |

24/4/17 World Press Photo 2017

World Press Photo is the most important prize of photojournalism worldwide and its exhibition comes to Barcelona to fascinate the public with the incredible work of several photographers, from 29 April to 5 June at the Center of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona.

More info
Fenómeno Fotolibro |

27/3/17 Fenómeno Fotolibro

In these digital times, it seems like to everyone’s surprise, printed material is gaining strength again, and that is precisely what the exhibition “Phenomenon Fotolibro” is demonstrating. An exhibition that opened on 17 March and will be available until 27 August in the exhibition hall of the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona.

More info
Peter Hujar: At the speed of life |

27/2/17 Peter Hujar: At the speed of life

The MAPFRE Foundation presents the exhibition Peter Hujar: At the speed of life. An exhibition that presents in a very detailed way the work of this American photographer. You can visit the exhibition from February 27 to March 30.

More info
Land of dreams |

16/11/16 Land of dreams

Obra Social “la Caixa” has joined the Vicente Ferrer Foundation to give a voice to the women of Anantapur, India, through the exhibition “Tierra de sueños” (Land of Dreams), with the photographic work of Cristina García Rodero, a renowned Spanish photographer Awarded with great prizes from the world of image. It will be available until January 8, 2017 at CaixaForum.

More info
Exhibition Gelatina Dura |

2/11/16 Exhibition Gelatina Dura

The Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA) presents from 4 November until 19 March 2017 the exhibition “hard gelatin capsules. 80 stories whisked away, “a review of the history during the time of transition from dictatorship to democracy that Spain lived.

More info
“BCN retrats”, from Manuel Outumuro |

31/10/16 “BCN retrats”, from Manuel Outumuro

The recognized photographer Manuel Outumuro at the Palau Robert presents his exhibition “BCN portraits” showing photographs of some 80 important figures in society and the Catalan culture that posed for the lens of his camera. The exhibition will be open to the public until February 26 next year.

More info