With the goal of serving the museum’s diverse audience through enriching works by a wide array of domestic and international photographers the exhibition is an open dialogue about multicultural identities and heritage, migration, and cultural assimilation though the eyes of six Spanish-American photographers. The dichotomy of belonging to two places and the constant play between the influence of cultural background versus the setting, remains the core of this exhibition. Memories, popular culture, identity, the every day life, nature and urban spaces function as starting points to analyze the motivations and expectations that lie behind each photographic series.
Photographers include Ana Hayes-Pérez, Carla Tramullas, Javier Corso, Raúl Urbina, Xavier Nuez, and Monica Lek. The exhibition runs through November 31st and is presented in collaboration with Spain Arts & Culture, the official cultural program organized by the Embassy of Spain’s Cultural Office in Washington D.C.