Villa Argentina is a visual exploration of the relationship between the photographer and her mother, an Iranian artist who spent her childhood in Tehran as a secluded child The work explores issues of domesticity, femininity and migration The book represents the family house in the South of Switzerland, “Villa Argentina”, as a stage for mother […]

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The Swiss photographer with Iranian roots Arunà Canevascini has won the latest edition of the Book Dummy Award, with her work Villa Argentina. This international award has been organised by La Fábrica and Photo London, with the collaboration of the printer Brizzolis and the British Journal of Photography, with the aim of selecting and publishing a […]

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La Fábrica launches The Mechanical Art  by Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh, 1928) who is without a doubt one of the most relevant and best-known artists of the 20th century. This volume, which accompanies the exhibition of the same name in Barcelona, Madrid and Málaga, highlights how Andy Warhol captured the cult of merchandise from industrial inventions of the 19th […]

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La Fábrica and Cristina de Middle, the award-winning Spanish photographer, presents her striking latest project, The Perfect Man. With Chaplin’s film Modern Times as a starting point for the book’s narrative structure, De Middel reflects on the peculiar understanding of masculinity in India, through the relationships between man, machine and work. In India, industrial revolution […]

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La Fábrica launches Surreal Lovers: Eight Women Integral to the Life of Max Ernst by Margaret Hooks, an Irish writer who has written extensively on the life and work of artists among them Tina Modotti, Frida Kahlo, Leonora Carrington, Edward Weston, Max Ernst and Edward James. Her books include the award-winning biography Tina Modotti: Photographer & Revolutionary also published by […]

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La Fábrica presents Tina Modotti. Photographer and Revolutionary, a book by Irish author Margaret Hooks, who immerses us in the life and work of this woman who laid the foundations of contemporary photography.   Actress during Hollywood’s Golden Age, political activist, favorite model of Edward Weston… There are many facets to Tina Modotti’s life (Udine, […]

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  Slant Rhymes, published by la Fábrica, is a unique book in which the Magnum photographer Alex Webb ans his wife, the poet and photographer, Rebecca Norris Webb, compone a exquisite photographic love poem, that covers more than 30 years of work, communication, friendship and later marriage between them. This project gathers images taken in15 different […]

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La Fábrica launches The Bolshoi an amazing book that includes a 110 photographs taken by the Russian photographer Sasha Gusov.  The 110 black-and-white photographs making up the volume are accompanied by an introduction by film director Andrei Konchalovsky This work of art offers a completely unknown view of one of the oldest, most prestigious dance companies […]

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La Fabrica and Guggenheim Museum Bilbao publishs Bill Viola, the first monograph to chart the artist´s career in full, form his education in Syracuse, New York, to the inauguration in 2014 of Martyrs ( Earth, Aire, Fire, Water) a work specially commissioned for St Paul´s Cathedral in London. This publication completes the exhibition about the artistic […]

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PHotoEspaña 2017 hosts at CentroCentro the major work by the Swedish artist Anders Petersen, one of the most noteworthy European photographers. The exhibition includes over 300 photographs relive the nights of this Hamburg café between 1968 and 1970, with its regulars, prostitutes, pimps, drag queens and beggars Besides this exhibition shows for the first time […]

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