Photography and Modern Architecture in Spain, 1925-1965 is the result of ongoing research, and provides the first explicit examination of the role played by photography in Spanish modernist architecture. The exhibition is broadly limited to the period specifically regarded by historians of Spanish architecture as the heyday of what came to be called the Modern Movement: from the emergence of the avant-garde movements of the mid-1920s to the crisis of the International Style in the late 1960s.
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