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Preparados Listos Archivo
by Cristina De Middel

Cristina De Middel (Alicante, 1975) presents an exhibition in Tabacalera that brings together three photographic projects under the title Preparados, Lista, Archivo. The artist, winner of the 2017 National Photography Prize, reflects on the double nature of photography, as is usual in her work: on the one hand as a documentary tool, and on the other, as an instrument for the narration of fictions. The photographic series Jan Mayen, Cucurrucucú and Aleatoris Vulgaris offer both the photographer's original work and the result of her appropriation and investigation of different social realities. Cristina De Middel takes the photographic archive as the starting point for these projects, inviting us to explore three ideas: the North Pole, the culture of violence in Mexico and the impossibility of the random.

Editing unit: General Technical Secretariat. Publications Center. Ministry of Culture and Sports

Proposed by: Subdirectorate General for the Promotion of Fine Arts

Language: Spanish
Photographs: Cristina de Middel
Design and layout: Javi al Cuadrado
Texts: Joan Fontcuberta, Cuauhtémoc Medina and Cristina de Middel
Edited by: Subdirectorate General for the Promotion of Fine Arts. Ministry of Culture and Sports
Work digitization: Museum of the University of Navarra
Printing: Arial
Box: Cartonajes Sánchez
Box size: 31x22x4cm
Cucurrucucú: 20x14cm 40 pages
Jan Mayen size: 24x17cm 40 pages
Randomis Vulgaris size: 29x21cm 36 pages

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