The urban space is intimately linked to the history of photography. The atmosphere of the streets, the strollers, the sound of the city appears and reappears in the images. The city as a stage, as an excuse, as an object, as a character. Street Photography as a genre in itself.
On this occasion we have made a selection of great names in the history of photography - classic and current - that have given their particular vision of the urban. From the first captures of modern cities, to the iconic moment between the forties and sixties - Walker Evans, Winogrand, Louis Faurer, Helen Levitt, among others - going through a current vision of what happens on the streets, hand in hand by Lorca DiCorcia, Beut Streuli or Lewis Baltz. A number on Street Photography without forgetting the humor, the neon, the unexpected and what will never change.
The street as a stage, Rosa Olivares.
Artistas: Robert Adams, Christopher Anderson, Eugène Atget, Lewis Baltz, Polly Braden, Henri Cartier- Bresson, Francesc Catalá- Roca, Joan Colom, Horacio Coppola, Gabriel Cualladó, Bruce Davidson, Raymond Depardon, Philip Lorca DiCorcia, Louis Faurer, Robert Frank, Harry Gruyaert, Jonathan Higbee, Jorquera, Sergio Larrain, Karine Laval, Helen Levitt, Fred Lyon, Andrea Mantovani, Fernando Maquieira, Boris Mikhailov, Lisette Model, Daido Moriyama, José Manuel Navia, Jason Nocito, Sylvia Plachy, Otto Snoek, Edward Steichen, Louis Stettner, Beat Streuli, Rafael Trapiello, Osaretin Ugiagbe, Walker Evans, Wim Wenders, Garry Winogrand, Adam Wiseman, Jan Yoors.
The camera on the street, Kerry Brougher.
Street Photography. The sound of the streets, Lola Garrido.
Productions of Art and Thought, S.L.
November / 2017
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