Photographic Archives represented by the Foundation

One of the purposes of Photographic Social Vision is to manage photographic archives of great historical, technical and aesthetic value, as well as to ensure their deserved public and institutional recognition. The Foundation is representative of the work of various photographers, dedicating itself to the research and preservation of archives, the production and sale of certified copies, or being curator of exhibitions and managing the relationship with exhibition venues, among other tasks.

Oriol Maspons Archive
Oriol Maspons contributed decisively to the renewal of the photographic language in Spain during the sixties. Throughout his career he devoted himself to reporting, portraiture, fashion and advertising, and worked for the main magazines of the time.
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Joana Biarnés Archive
Considered the first female photojournalist in Spain, she triumphed in a profession previously reserved for men, and immortalized renowned figures. Then she seemed to disappear until, in her later years, she gained recognition.
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Isabel Azkarate Archive
She is the first female photojournalist in the Basque Country. Audacious photojournalist and unrepentant traveler, her work highlights reports on key social and political issues, as well as her testimony of the national and international cultural scene. Still active and reaping successes.
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Jacques Léonard Archive
The creator of a frieze of customs and rituals of gypsy culture, with a look at once historical and contemporary, far from conventional photographic rhetoric...
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If you are a photographer or you've got an archive that you would like to get seen, we can represent you and work together!
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