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Festival Ojos Rojos: "Correspondència amb Mediterrànea" by Xavier Mollà

24/09/2021 al 17/10/2021

Starting time : Not specified - Ending time: Not specified

Place: Casa del Cable

"Correspondència amb Mediterrània" is the result of over twenty-five years of photographing the Mediterranean Sea, the large stage of our territory. It was presented at the Valencian Museum of Illustration and Modernity, MuVIM.  

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Festival Ojos Rojos: "On the Road in México" by Bernard Plossu

17/09/2021 al 17/10/2021

Starting time : Not specified - Ending time: Not specified

Place: Soler Blasco Archaeological and Ethnographical Museum

Photography exhibition by Bernard Plossu, a French photographer with major ties to Mexico and Spain. The most important part of his work consists of travel reports. In the featured exhibition, the chosen country is Mexico.  

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Festival Ojos Rojos: "La apestosa" by José Luis Cuevas

17/09/2021 al 17/10/2021

Starting time : Not specified - Ending time: Not specified

Place: Ca Lambert

The images from the film “La Apestosa”, made between 2002 and 2004, comprise a photographic essay which documents the atmosphere of a brewery located in the centre of Mexico City. Soaked in sweat, urine, alcohol and sex, “La Apestosa”, now closed, was famous for being a dark and smelly place where men and women danced, drank, staggered and instinctively surrendered to each other, in an brief exchange of loneliness.  

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Festival Ojos Rojos: "Panta Rei" by Lucía Morate

17/09/2021 al 17/10/2021

Starting time : Not specified - Ending time: Not specified

Place: Ca Lambert

Photographs taken of the human body, a landscape in continuous transformation. Images of physical beauty, the skin and the flesh, combined with scenes of nature where change also flows.  

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Festival Ojos Rojos: "Archipiélagos" by Ire Lenes

17/09/2021 al 17/10/2021

Starting time : Not specified - Ending time: Not specified

Place: Ca Lambert

This photographic artwork tells the story of the Naujoji Vilnia neighborhood, located east of de Vilnius; it is an oasis of coexistence, where Russian, Lithuanian, Belarusian or Polish ethnic groups live in harmony. There is a Russian school, Orthodox churches, products in Cyrillic and mixed couples. At first, it seems like a model of integration, but the more you explore it, the more like a ghetto it appears.  

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