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Meet the artists nominated by PhotoEspaña in 2022

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Futures Photography
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May 20, 2022
We are happy to announce another group of artists to join Futures this year. The five artists were nominated by PhotoEspaña. They are Laura C. Vela, Cristina Galan, Lorena Morin, Ignacio Navas and Felipe Romero-Beltran.

They will join the platform’s activities to present their work to international professionals and to network, amongst other opportunities that will be developed for them, including exhibitions, publishing opportunities, portfolio reviews, and more.

Discover more about them:

Work by Felipe Romero-Beltran
The documentary photographer Adam Broomberg mentored five Futures Talents over the three months running up to Unseen Amsterdam 2019
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Felipe Romero-Beltran

Felipe focuses on social issues, dealing with the tension that new narratives introduce in the field of documentary photography. At the same time, He is currently preparing a Phd dissertation on documentary photography at Complutense University of Madrid. His practice, characterized by its interest on social matters, is the result of long-term projects accompanied by extensive research on the subject.

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Work by Cristina Galán
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Work by Ignacio Navas
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Cristina Galán

Cristina Galán (b.1992, Spain) is a visual artist working mainly with photography and video. Her work explores the subversion of identity and the appearance of the sinister beneath the visually polished surface of reality, reflecting on the search for individual identity through collective identity. Galán builds in each work a universe with its own symbols and codes where everything that is there is there to be seen.

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Ignacio Navas

Ignacio Navas (b. 1989, Tudela, Spain) is a photographer based in Madrid.In his work, he researches the social, political, and economic structures through the everyday affairs. With this commitment, he creates wide narrative bodyworks that he self-publishes in several formats.

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Work by Lorena Morin
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Lorena Morin

Lorena studied fine art photography between 1992 and 1995 in Boston. Sometime later she went to Barcelona to study filmmaking but moved back to the island after one year in film school. Immediately she joined the team of the Las Palmas de Gran Canaria International Film Festival, this work got her closer to another one of her passions, films. Being so close to many radical authors and watching their personal films made an impact on her approach to photography.  

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Laura C. Vela

Laura C. Vela’s work focuses on the everyday, the infinitely small, and the relationship human beings share with their surroundings. She perceives photography as a way of placing herself in the world and a means of communicating with others.

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Work by Laura C. Vela
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