Art

Grandpa Goes to Heaven

Grandpa Goes to Heaven is one of the most famous sequences by Duane Michals. The sequences are, according to the style of Michals, a series of images that go to make up a short story, putting in question the sacredness of the single shot.

Landscape of Essen and Rosenblumendelle Colliery

Ségio Mah, curator of the exhibition Albert Renger-Patzsch. The Perspective of Things, analyse the image Landschaft bei Essen und Zeche “Rosenblumendelle”, a photograph that conveys the contrast between the idyllic serenity of the rural world, in the foreground, and the background revealing the massive, outsized nature of the new industrial complexes

Science and adventure, past and present

The presentation of the Virtual Library of Illustrated Scientific Expeditions and the WindSled in the auditorium of the CSIC (Spanish Scientific Research Council) offered an exceptional opportunity to discuss and contrast the scientific expeditions o...

Lewis Baltz, the Beauty of Desolation

This is the first exhibition held in Spain and the first international retrospective following the death of the artist in 2014. Comprising nearly 400 photograph...

Return to Beauty

  Following the Great War, practically the whole of Europe witnessed a return to order, security and serenity, something offered by beauty and classicism....

New York through the lens of Peter Hujar

Peter Hujar. At the Speed of Life offers 160 photographs by the American photographer Peter Hujar, from 1950 up to his death in New York in 1987. His portraits exerted a key transformative influence over the photography of the second half of the 20th...