Talk with Txema Salvans on Leopoldo Pomés, with the screening of the multimedia presentation entitled Flashback by Poldo Pomés.
5 September at 7 p.m.
Municipal Theatre



© Mey Rahola

Seeking Mey Rahola, photographer; led by Lluís Bertran Xirau and Roser Martínez García. We will get to know the life and work of one of the pioneering photographers in the field of artistic photography in Spain.
26 September at 7 p.m.
Municipal Theatre


Pere Palahí, portraits of ephemeral happiness. Led by Enric Bruguera. The presenter will speak to us of the recovery of the photographer’s archive and its historical and social context that marked the images in the exhibit.
9 October at 7 p.m. 
Multipurpose Room of the Municipal Library


The red box, by Plàcid Garcia-Planas, Arnau Gonzàlez Vilalta and David Ramos.   Comanegra Publishing House. Barcelona, 2019.
The legacy of the photographer Antoni Campañà on the Spanish Civil War. The recovery of the work by an important witness with indisputable photographic and historical merit.
18 September at 7 p.m.
Multipurpose Room of the Municipal Library



36 confined photographers. Photographers of the Photographic Social Vision Foundation take on the challenges of the interplay of light and shadow during confinement. Multimedia presentation commissioned and produced by the Photographic Social Vision Foundation.
12 September at 7 p.m.
Municipal Theatre




Azul Siquier, directed by Felipe Vega and produced by Centuria Films. The documentary shows the life and work of Carlos Pérez Siquier (Almeria, 1930), one of the leading representatives of the generation of photographers who rejuvenated photography in Spain in the 1950s by breaking with pictorialism and traditional practices and by going out to the street to portray unfiltered reality.
Time and date: To be determined
Municipal Theatre


Guided visits will be offered to all the exhibits during the period. Those which have already been scheduled will be announced on social networks, but we will also address new requests made at the exhibition spaces. Some tours will be given by the artists and/or commissioners and others by members of the Biennial team.