The 10th edition of Photo Scratch is here! A night for new ideas, Photo Scratch is an opportunity for documentary photographers to understand how their work is perceived and gain valuable insight into how to take their work further with the benefit of other people’s outside eye. For spectators this is an opportunity to preview projects, offer feedback, and engage in conversations about photography.
Blanca Berlín is the only Spanish gallery invited to the event at this edition of the fair. The Spanish gallery will be showcasing works by Cecilia Paredes, Isabel Muñoz, Flor Garduño, Ramón Masats, Martin Chambi, Nicolas Muller, Miguel Soler-Roig and many others.
Interviewroom 11 Gallery
CHARLIE CLIFT. BRITS ABROAD
29 April – 21 May 2016
Pedro Font Alba is one of the fifty Spanish artists portrayed in ‘Art On The Move’. I had met this lively and energetic architect in several cultural events around London because he is one of the co-founders of SCAN (Spanish Contemporary Art Network), a platform that promotes Spanish artists where he is doing a remarkable job.
I chose María to be part of Art On The Move for her unquestionable talent as a guitarist, which she displays in a number of ways. The first time we met was during a concert she was giving with soprano Laura Ruhi-Vidal.
‘Art on the move’ by Lorenzo Hernandez
Jesus Montero, film director and writer
Mannequins, people, objects: all of them are given the same importance in MANIfashion. The dreamy eyes of the mannequins trigger our imagination in the same way as the sensuous women in Hernandez’s fashion shoots or the tomatoes confronting each other in one of his still lives. All of them are seen by the same eyes, the piercing eyes of Lorenzo Hernandez.
From June 1st to June 21st 2015
K: emptiness, Architectural Photographs by _Marina_Morón
Architectural photography exhibition exploring the concept of Emptiness
At the end of 2013, ¡AHLAN!, Nuria Carrasco’s fake Hello! magazine project, was selected as one of the best photographic reports of the year by Martin Parr and the British Journal of Photography. Her work uses satire and irony to depict the reality of a situation largely ignored by the international community: life in the Saharan Tindouf camps. Nuria spoke to us about her artistic process and her views on how art can have a subtle influence on public opinion by ‘problematising’ and putting an image to situations and concepts that we find uncomfortable, or tend to forget.
Susana Sanromán is a Galician photographer who has made London her home. Since completing her studies in photography at the London College of Communication, she has been involved in a number of exhibitions both as an artist and a curator. Her work displays intimacy and delicately-woven subtleties, and she is considered part of a group of artists known as the Generation of 2008. In 2009 she published the photographic essay ‘Women looking at women: the female gaze’.