Tres Perros y San Cristóbal, by Enrique Escandell


The N-III joins Valencia and Madrid like an artery between the city where he grew up and the one in which he lives today. In this spatiotemporal interval between his past and his present self, he inhabits both sides of the road.

The N-III was one of the busiest routes in the sixties, but it was forgotten as soon as the A-3 was constructed during the late nineties. Since moving to Madrid in 2015 he has driven this route several times, to avoid the highway, in an old 75cc Vespa.

Moving slowly, the voyage is a meditation, an inner journey. Saint Christopher used to watch over the families travelling this route; today he watches the decay of abandonment.

He started writing graffiti at age 11. He studied Computer Engineering but soon opted for photography. He moved to Madrid and so the project "Tres perros y San Cristóbal" emerged.

Location: Fábrica de Cal Garbat. Mossén Jacint Verdaguer, 8. Vilassar de Dalt