The exhibition will feature photos from that time by four artists, each with a different view on the movement.
After going through a dictatorship, the Spanish transition saw the emergence of a new generation fascinated by modernity, who wanted to experience new things and break all norms. This led creators from a variety of fields, such as music, fashion, cinema, painting and photography, to begin showing unprecedented works. All of these co-existed, crossed paths and, in their own way, chronicled what is known as “La Movida”. One of the art forms that changed the most was photography, as it began to allow for individual contributions, reflecting the diversity of the worlds in which their creators lived, and of their rich personalities. A small selection of these can be seen at the Foto Colectania exhibition “La Movida. A chronicle of turmoil”. It will give you a multi-faceted look at that time, through the work of four photographers with radically different points of view: Alberto García-Alix, Ouka Leele, Pablo Pérez-Mínguez and Miguel Trillo.
“La Movida. A chronicle of turmoil” will be open to the public from 17 October to 16 February, Tuesdays through Saturdays from 11 am to 8 pm and Sundays from 11 am to 3 pm, at Foto Colectania. The exhibition will be closed on 25 and 26 December and 1 and 6 January.
Tickets cost €4, although there are several discounts available. More information is available on the Foto Colectania website.
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