Photography 2.0 explores the changes taking place in Spanish photography in the context of mass image production, globalization and post-capitalism Joan Fontcuberta surveys the work of around twenty photographers born after 1970 who share a critical view of the new situation. The earliest photographers grew up in the visual culture of painting; later generations took cinema – and then TV – as their visual reference.
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