Eduardo Arroyo was a prominent representative of Narrative Figuration, a pictorial movement that has given impetus to European painting since the beginning of the 1960s. He was a painter, sculptor, writer, set designer, collector and reader, and he nourished his pictorial narrative from literary and autobiographical references, subtitling them with a ceaseless sense of irony. […]

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Francisca Artigues, an elderly lady, embroiders table linen at her home in Majorca. The scene wouldn’t be anything out of the ordinary in an island where the art of brocade is preserved by women her age—despite being gradually set aside by younger generations—, were it not for the fact that the embroiderer is Miquel Barceló’s […]

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La Fábrica has recently published the book Moda. Spanish Fashion Through Photography. This book was the catalogue of one of the exhibitions included in PHotoESPAÑA 2018. Since the blend of art and fashion proposed by the pioneer Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo, Spanish fashion designers have stood out in the international scene partly due to their commitment to […]

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The Soviet Century—a publication to accompany the exhibition of the same name that takes place in the context of PHotoEspaña 2018—brings together more than 500 images belonging to the Archivo Lafuente, which document the history of Russia between 1917 and 1972 through the lens of the great masters of Russian photography. Photographers such as Aleksandr […]

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