La Fábrica is publishing the first book by this Madrid-based photographer, who uses Japanese love dolls as a metaphor for reflecting on stereotypes and how identity is constructed An analysis of how the power of society, culture and tradition bear a crucial influence on individual behaviour by limiting the development of individual identity 64 […]Read more
The photographers Maria Sturm and Cemre Yesil have portrayed a practice rooted in the Ottoman Empire which has been adopted by Turkish men for centuries
Sturm and Yesil take a subtle approach to this relationship between men and birds, full of contradictions between passion, love and pleasure
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The exhibition will be held from the 14th of April to the 23th of May
The first exhibition of Plossu in La Fábrica brings together nearly 40 photographs, including 25 unpublished works from the American West on the 70s and a selection of some of his most recognizable images
Photographer traveler par excellence, his nomadic spirit has led him to travel around the world to realize its most intimate side
The exhibition opening will take place tomorrow Thursday April 9th at 20.00 h in La Fábrica (C / Alameda 9, Madrid). The exhibition will remain open until May 17
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Roger Ballen’s photographs move between the real and the imaginary. Within his black and white photographic work, we see the mix of animals and humans, cleanliness and filth, the living and the dead, what is real and what is imagined. Despite the fact that most of his work (especially from 1970 until the 1990s) continues […]Read more
Founded in 1994, the cultural management company is celebrating two decades of commitment to culture in all its forms.
During these twenty years La Fábrica has produced more than one hundred projects for 300 clients in 40 countries.
The Rehearsal of Space is the most comprehensive photographic survey ever produced about a leading scientific and space exploration organisation.
In 2012, Edgar Martins was granted unparalleled access to The European Space Agency (ESA) and its partners’ programs, including the microgravity, telecommunication, human spaceflight, lunar, Mars and Mercury exploration programs, amongst others.
La Fábrica/The Moth House has published a selection of 88 images from this project, in a publication titled The Rehearsal of Space and the Poetic Impossibility to Manage the Infinite.
The book includes texts by Sérgio Mah (former artistic director of Biennale Lisboa Photo and PHotoEspaña), John Gribbin (astrophysicist and science writer) and João Seixas (CERN physicist).
184 pages | 24x32 cm. | Spanish-English