The exhibition Verweilen at the Sala Canal de Isabel II brings together 50 photographs by the artist Aitor Ortiz (Bilbao, 1971). The publisher and art critic David Barro served as curator. Ortiz uses architecture to suggest images that lie on the border between reality and fiction. He relies on architectural space, converting it into a process of construction and deconstruction and into a highly evocative image that wavers between the virtual and the real.
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