This exhibition is devoted to the work of two photographers working at the same time, the 1960s, and the same place, Barcelona, but whose photographs are characterized by different approaches. Narcís Darder captured fleeting moments in the streets on the city, while Richard Duran spent more time preparing his elaborate photographs.
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