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Gràfica anarquista. Fotografia i revolució social, 1936-1939



The Photographic Archive of Barcelona and the Observatory of Everyday Life (OVQ), incollaboration with the Anselmo Lorenzo Foundation and the Ateneu EnciclopèdicPopular, present Anarchist Graphics. Photography and Social Revolution. 1936–1939.

The exhibition offers a journey through the photographic collection of the Informationand Propaganda Office created by the CNT-FAI in Barcelona during the Civil War with aview to articulating and expanding the new imaginary of social revolution in thecontext of the fight against fascism.

Photographs by Kati Horna, Margaret Michaelis, Pérez de Rozas, Antoni Campañà andother, unknown photographers show us a combative vision committed to the dream ofa fairer world, and confirm the historical weight of anarcho-syndicalism in Barcelona.

Monday to Friday from 10.00 am to 8.00 pm. Saturday from 11.00am to 8.00pm.  Sunday from 10.30am to 14.30 pm. Entrance free