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Schedule for the weekend of 25th May: last weekend for World Press Photo!

-‘World Press Photo Barcelona 18’, this is the last weekend you can visit the world’s most important photojournalism exhibition. It will be on until Sunday at the Barcelona Centre of Contemporary Culture (CCCB), with 137 pictures that show current affairs through the eyes of photojournalists.

-The ‘Festival Revela’t 2018’ brings its latest activities related to analogue photography this weekend in Vilassar de Dalt: exhibitions, workshops, and much more!

-‘Against the tide. Half a century of Valencian female artists’, recreates the path that Valencian female artists have had to take to achieve visibility and professionalisation starting at the end of the Primo de Rivera dictatorship and the Second Republic, continuing with the Franco regime and ending with the 1980s. The exhibition is being held at the Valencia Institute of Modern Art (IVAM).

– ‘Experiencia del coleccionismo familiar. La Modernidad en el Sur‘, from the Boti Llanes collection, invites you to appreciate different insights of artists whose work reveals the innovative aspects of their contributions and the way in which many of their ideas have withstood the test of time. You can visit the exhibition at the Casa de América in Madrid.

-‘Paco Gómez Dossier. The poetical moment and the architectural image’ brings you over 150 images and other materials such as magazines and periodicals. Francisco Gomez is considered a singular member of the group of photographers who redefined Spanish photography in the 1950s. The exhibition is open until June 17th at Foto Colectania in Barcelona.

-The cycle of exhibitions ‘The Possibility of an Island’ at Espai 13 in the Joan Miró Foundation in Barcelona brings together different artistic interventions by emerging artists exploring some of the symbolic, social and cultural meanings that islands have had over time. The exhibition currently being held is ‘The Odyssey’ by Bárbara Sánchez Barroso, which uses travel as a metaphor for the search for oneself. The artist reviews the myth of the Odyssey and aims to strip it of all epic aspects and heroic components, and gives an account of a journey across the sea taken by the artist herself in search of her own origins.