The flamenco artist Paco Hidalgo is confronted with the characters that live in the images by Paolo Gasparini and Carlos Pérez Siquier, and who become the witnesses of his choreography, of which they are unwitting performers.
The Image Cities project by photographer Anastasia Samoylova is a visual study of the ever-closer integration of the photographic image and the urban environment. This work, for its quality and originality, is the winner of the first KBr Photo Award.
We continue to be committed to artistic creation, which is why we’re extending the deadline for you to give a boost to your unpublished photography project to September 24. Enter now and you could be putting your creative efforts on an international stage.
Madrid throws open the door to art and art collecting with ARCO 2021, an edition that this year is being held exceptionally between July 7 and 11. Some 130 galleries from 26 countries are coming to swell the city’s cultural offer. To mark the occasion and show our support for the week in which Contemporary Art is the main protagonist, Fundación MAPFRE is extending its exhibition opening hours until 10pm on Friday, July 9.
For more than five decades, Claudia Andujar has dedicated her life and her work to documenting and protecting the Yanomami people, one of the largest and most endangered indigenous communities in Brazil. The catalog we published on the occasion of the artist’s exhibition in Barcelona between February 26 and May 23, 2021, was shortlisted for the Best Historical Book award at the Rencontres d’Arlés photography festival in France.
As part of our ‘Digital Art’ project and to celebrate Music Day, we are offering a unique proposition that combines Bill Brandt’s photography with a song composed by electronic band Delaporte especially for the occasion.
Art leaves no-one indifferent; it helps us to rebuild, to escape, to rest, to enjoy, to step outside our reality before returning to it. On Museum Day we invite you to get in touch with your feelings.
Everything – past, present and future – can be found in books. Choose a book, open it, start reading, relive old feelings, and experience new emotions. We invite you to join us in the magic of reading, of opening up your imagination, of creating a reality! Happy World Book Day!
Jawlensky’s paintings also fascinate children. His vivid colors attract children’s eyes and the characters that inhabit his paintings provoke their curiosity. Encourage your kids and participate together in the Instagram contest #PintaJawlensky by interpreting and recreating the works of the Russian painter!
The exhibition Alma Charra, which has been inaugurated in Santo Domingo de la Cruz, Salamanca and can be visited until November 2021, brings us closer to the creative universe of the artist from Salamanca, Venancio Blanco.
Some of the activities that have been most badly affected by the pandemic are those associated with our exhibitions. To continue transmitting the value of art and culture, we have set up AproximArte, our new digital project of educational content.
During the months of March and April, every Tuesday we will delve into the relationship between photography and world of exhibitions and museums.
Having the opportunity to visit an exhibition with its curator is a unique opportunity that four photography students from the TAI School were able to experience on December 3rd.
The objective of our exhibitions is to provoke sensations in the visitors, transport them to other realities. And, this time, we have succeeded. The Lee Friedlander exhibition has been chosen by the public as the best exhibition of PHotoESPAÑA 2020.
Inauguration of the Submarine Room at the Naval Museum, which offers a permanent exhibition of the history of the Spanish Navy’s submarine service since its inception more than one hundred years ago.
We inaugurated a new exhibition project in Barcelona: the KBr Fundación MAPFRE photography center, an initiative that reinforces our commitment of more than a decade to this artistic practice.
The catalog of the exhibition dedicated to Carlos Pérez Siquier has been selected as one of the best photography books of the year. Carefully edited, its 270 pages cover the social evolution of Spain in recent decades from the peculiar vision of the photographer from Almeria.