The Fundació Foto Colectania is a private nonprofit which opened in Barcelona in 2002 with the aim of disseminating photography and collecting through exhibitions, activities (conferences, seminars, trips) and the publication of catalogues. Foto Colectania also has a photography collection that includes more than 2,500 works by Spanish and Portuguese photographers from 1950 to the present. It also has a free consultation library and a holding room where they keep their photographic backlog, the Paco Gómez collection (donated by his family in 2001) and part of the John Redón collection.
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|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 11am-2pm, 4pm-8pm.|
|Price:||€2-€3. Free first Sat of every month.|
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I Wanted to Be a Photographer
Roger Guaus's 'I Wanted to Be a Photographer' lends its name to (and is part of) this exhibition that invites viewers to ponder the question of what it means to be a photographer today and how the status of the image is changing in contemporary creation....Until Saturday December 10 2016Read more