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Chema Madoz in conversation at Fundación Juan March

Chema Madoz in dialogue with Antonio San José. Madoz talks about his career as a photographer, recalling his beginnings and the artistic interests that helped to define his style, and explained the meaning of the images and everyday objects that make up his works. He also describes several milestones in his career, such as some of his publications and exhibitions. To conclude, he discusses some of his photographs. Among his proposals for improving society he advocates changing the policies about refugees, more tolerance and more culture. Click here to see the video.

Untitled, 2020
156 x 122 cm | 61 ⅜ x 48 in
B/W photography on barium paper, with sulphide bath
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Untitled, 2019
60 x 50 cm | 23 ⅝ x 19 ⅝ in
B/W photography on barium paper, with sulphide bath
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