Ortiz Echagüe (Guadalajara, 1868 – Madrid, 1980) is one of the most outstanding figures in 20th-century photography in Barcelona and a key artist with a unique style of work. His thirst for investigating made him a very personal graphic anthropologist, as he decontextualised reality and turned it into artistic creation, offering a highly personal vision, that of his own social and cultural context.
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