Like other young Spanish photographers based in Madrid, David Hornillos attended Fosi Vegue’s BlankPaper photography school. He is now a member of the collective Fotoaplauso. In this first book, published by Dalpine, Hornillos turned his attention to the Spanish capital’s Atocha train Station, formerly known as Mediodia.
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