Casademont (1928-1994) was a key figure in Spanish visual culture during the postwar period. As for photography, he served as director of the Aixelá de Barcelone and the magazine Imagen y sonido. He was the ideologue and champion of the young generation of photographers who, under the leadership of Catalá-Roca, burst onto the 1960s arts scene: Miserachs, Maspons, Terré, Masats, Ontañón and others.
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