Festival Revela-T 2014

Activities

Tributing to the “Photographic Arte Povera”, by Ribas Prous

Under this title, Ribas Prous offers a selection from his work, a long history of more than 50 years investigating and experimenting about primary photography (mainly pinhole, in its most diverse aspects ), as well as works made with plastic, wooden or cardboard handmade cameras. It is an homage to the legacy of the “Arte Povera”, in …

Ithaca, by Montse López

Ithaca is an inner place, is a return to our origin, it is a coming back where the experience will be memory and where it gathers all is fullness. This work is a little autobiography that collects a series of images that do not belong at any time or at any specific place. Without an order, like …

Exhibition Josep Guiolà

José Guiolà (Arbúcies , 1944) , experienced photographer, expert and connoisseur of photography’s processes and techniques, has always presented us images that are real artworks. In this exhibition, he gets into a new technique, getting away from his camera and his enlarger, to realise “pictures” of a different kind. Guiolà goes out from the studio-lab, he start working with …

“The Constructed Image” Installation

Photographer Faustí Llucià will do one of his installations in the City Hall, where we will see how a room is transformed into a camera obscura and where we will observe an unusual view of the Vilassar square and we shall learn the basics of the camera and photography. The “The Constructed Image” installation shows the projection …

Familiar series

“Hello, my name is Román and I take pictures of my family.” Familiar, adj. referred to family. Homely and not ceremonial treatment. Simple and ordinary word, language, style, etc. Something you knowwell or do easily. Someone close. Since I started taking pictures I’ve learned that it’s in an adaptive system where I feel most comfortable, …

Participants

Xose Gago Pesqueira

My name is Xosé Gago Pesqueira, and I was born in August 1946, a year of which I remember nothing and of which I can say nothing, and therefore, I do not say … Although I bought my first camera in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in 1963, was in 1971, when a stinging interest in learning …

Ramón Casanova vs. Jorge Egea

From different personal careers in 2003 Casanova and Egea start working together in the Sculpture Department of Barcelona’s University. As a result of their experience in the University, in 2005 they began to work in an artistic creation and research lab (theCrossingLab). Within this laboratory, they develop different collaborative projects where through action they contact different perspectives and artistic approaches. …

Juan Diego Valera

Trained in Fine Arts in Córdoba (Argentina), in 2001 he moved Spain where he developes his creative process. Thereafter came up the works “De mis fragilidades” [Of my weaknesses] (2008), “La Cámara Grande” [The Big Camera] (2009), “Movimientos de Suelo” [Ground Movements] (2010), “Coma” (published by Kursal in 2011), “Guatemala” (2011) and “Bitácora” [Blog] (published by Standard Illustrated books …

Roger Guaus

Roger Guaus work is based on the intimate personal experience. The way he works is always the same: to bring a camera with him and photograph everything, somehow, moves him. Image editing is the key to building his journal, always using a fragmented narrative and a flatly poetic language: Paris et moi (2005) Reeling (2006), Arles (2005-2007) Hunter Hunter …

Paola de Grenet

After finishing her studies in Graphic Design (London, Camberwell College of Arts) she started working as a photographer in 1999. She currently lives and works in Barcelona. Her work has been published in various publications like The Guardian, Penguin, MacMillan, Ojo de Pez, Fuera de Serie, El Magazine (El Mundo), Yo Dona, MarieClaire and Virginia Quarterly Review. She was …