Tag Archives: Cristina de Middel

MADRID, ALMOST A LITERARY CHARACTER – The constant, mysterious and inexplicable force of Madrid’s creativity

The Madrid of creativity, where nobody goes to bed before killing the night Madrid https://www.liabeny.es/it/ is a city full of history where you will find famous places, such as Paseo del Prado, the Plaza de la Puerta del Sol or the Plaza Mayor (with really interesting buildings), the Royal Palace and the Basilica of San Francisco, Palacios de Cibeles and …

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FICTIONAL SCENES AND REALITY-BASED LENS – Cristina de Middel: Blending documentary and conceptual photographic practices

Disenchanted with photojournalism shaping of public opinions A few years ago, the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid https://www.museoreinasofia.es/en hosted a large photographic retrospective of Luigi Ghirri https://archivioluigighirri.com/, an Italian photographer who through two hundred images recounted a vanished Italy, that of the seventies of the twentieth century. Spanish photograph Alberto García-Alix https://www.albertogarciaalix.com/en/obras/self-portrait/ is instead a condensed images that tell tragic …

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