Exhibitions at Fernán Gómez/ Fundación Banco Santander
Déjà Vu? PHotoEspaña 2019
In Déjà Vu? Susan Bright reflects on the identity of photography and its evolution over the course of history
The British writer and curator Susan Bright has designed Déjà vu?, a programme composed of five individual exhibitions that reflect on the identity of photography and the evolution of its meaning over the course of history. The artists invited to participate in the programme are Elina Brotherus, Clare Strand, Laura Letinsky, Sharon Core, Patrick Pound and D&e… more
The exhibition Thinking of the Future: New Photographic Narratives in Dakar is the result of the Trasatlántica portfolio reviews, Organized by PHotoESPAÑA together with the cultural department of the Spanish Embassy in Senegal. The work of the selected photographers is closely related to ordinary life in the city, Dakar, and the country in general, Senegal.
They are all interested in depicting their culture, their customs, and their day-to-day routine: infancy, the presence of th… more
The civil war interrupted the idyllic childhood of Samuel Fosso (Nigeria, 1962) when he was five years old. So began his Odyssey. He lost his parents and became a refugee, a migrant; and today one of the greatest artists of his generation.
He started making stylised self-portraits to finish off his rolls of film and send them to his grandmother who survived the war. What began as a love letter home evolved into the principal objective of his work. It is a message of hope, it is performance, it … more
The new challenges of photography in Asia - PHOTOESPAÑA 2012
ENTRETIEMPOS. INSTANTES, INTERVALOS, DURACIONES