Our exhibitions

Born in 1934 in Aberdeen, a small coastal town on the Pacific coast of the United States, Lee Friedlander is regarded as one of the greatest creators of contemporary photography.

Along with his contemporaries Diane Arbus and Garry Winogrand, Friedlander spearheaded the profound renewal of photographic language in the 1960s when photography began to distance itself from documentary tradition and, together with the affirmation of popular culture proposed by Pop Art, generated a fresh vision of the American landscape and society.

This exhibition offers a complete chronological journey through Friedlander’s extensive oeuvre, highlighting some of his most important projects, such as American Monuments, and featuring a significant number of publications (one of the aspects of his career to which Friedlander himself devoted the most attention) and other documentary materials that reveal the complex work of one of the most influential photographers of our time.

Next to this exhibition, our Espacio Miró seek to dig deeper into Miró's soul through 65 works which include some of the symbols most characteristic of his work.