Tomás Munita: Segundo Lugar en el Concurso Internacional POY 2013

Tomás Munita: Segundo Lugar en el Concurso Internacional POY 2013

Exposición Fotográfica “Fragmentos/Memorias/Imágenes. A 40 años del Golpe”

Exposición Fotográfica “Fragmentos/Memorias/Imágenes. A 40 años del Golpe”

Exposición Galería AFA

Exposición Galería AFA

Muestra Fotográfica "8750"

Muestra Fotográfica "8750"

Exposición La Historia de Una Foo

Exposición La Historia de Una Foo

El cuaderno de Potosí: el nuevo libro de Tomás Munita | Fotografía

El cuaderno de Potosí: el nuevo libro de Tomás Munita | Fotografía

El arte de la fotografía en Chile

El arte de la fotografía en Chile


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PhotoEspana 2012, International Festival of Photography and Visual Arts, Madrid, Spain. From 6 June to 22 July, Madrid will be the world capital of photography with a festival of visual art comprising 70 different exhibitions. The fifteenth edition of Madrid's International Festival of Photography and Visual Arts features a total of 70 exhibitions, bringing together the work of 315 artists from 45 countries.

PhotoEspana 2012, International Festival of Photography and Visual Arts, Madrid, Spain. From 6 June to 22 July, Madrid will be the world capital of photography with a festival of visual art comprising 70 different exhibitions. The fifteenth edition of Madrid's International Festival of Photography and Visual Arts features a total of 70 exhibitions, bringing together the work of 315 artists from 45 countries.

En el Círculo de Bellas Artes

En el Círculo de Bellas Artes

gyptian graffiti artists arranged a No Walls protests last Friday (March 9, 2012), where they painted the walls away into stunning murals to commemorate the dead and protest the obstacles built by painting eye-deceiving, virtual continuations to the blocked streets (Trompe-l'œil).

gyptian graffiti artists arranged a No Walls protests last Friday (March 9, 2012), where they painted the walls away into stunning murals to commemorate the dead and protest the obstacles built by painting eye-deceiving, virtual continuations to the blocked streets (Trompe-l'œil).

A woman walks past graffiti which reads revolution

Viewpoint: Egypt's emerging revolution of the mind

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