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Bienvenidos a Madrid!
All the intriguing faces of a city in evolution. Multiethnic, culture and movida (“action”). The slogan for the rebirth of Madrid is simple and dynamic. The Spanish capital city is enjoying a time of great cultural and economic growth. This slow and bureaucratic city which has always compared so unfavourably with lively Barcelona has made an about turn and now presents itself as one of the most intriguing...   see more »
Clandestine Nights in Cuba
Havana, 9.30 pm: Our Cadillac, one of those famous American models from the 50s, drives along the Malecon seafront, headed for a secret destination. The plan for the evening: we're going to see an unusual, alternative, underground musical show, which is to be performed in an apartment on the outskirts of Habana Vieja. Mary Dalla, Naomi, Samantha De Monaco, Tina, Chantal and Estrellita Vidal, the stars...   see more »
Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía of Valencia
Placed in the Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias (Arts and Sciences City) and designed by the architect Santiago Calatrava, the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía is an auditorium and one of the symbols of the new and monumental Valencia. From its inauguration, in October of 2005, this centre wants to become an avant-garde enclave for the scenic arts and to contribute to the diffusion of the culture and...   see more »
Quo Vadis
QVO VADIS is a portrait of permanent chaos, a way without direction. In order to search for the best form, one must break the balance of all groups or collectives, which, in turn, will establish the divine moment of chaos. Paradoxical and complementary images are juxtaposed to show that everything is a lie; our perception of reality is an enormous farce without order or sense… QVO VADIS?...   see more »
S.P.Q.R. Walking in Rome
Our photographer Carlos Lujan, wanders in Rome showing us the "Eternal City" from a new, and surrealistic, point of view. Many people arrive in Rome full of information, images and stories which they have collected during their lifetime. The secret behind the charm of the eternal city is its thousand-year-old history and fascinating views… But it would be a mistake to consider Rome to be just a cultural...   see more »
Scampia, No Man's Land 2
Scampia, in Naples, is the district which is also known as the “Third World”, because, more than a district, it is a city in a city with an official population of 40,000 but which in fact numbers almost 80,000. People are crammed in all over the place, even under stairs or on landings. They live by their wits, and the most important thing for them is just to get to the end of the day. Day after day,...   see more »
Tibet is Dying
For some years now Tibetan society has been going through an important period of change which can be seen most of all in the capital city of Lhasa. A new face of Tibet is emerging. Consumerism, which was brought in and spread by the Chinese invaders who even now are trying to make this state assimilate as much as possible the Chinese culture, has turned the Tibetans attention away from the spiritual values...   see more »
Vienna Underground
Austria - Futuristic subways, crystals and aluminium, electronic music and modern buildings: high tech Vienna is catching on. The historic capital of the “Habsburg dynasty” make room for the new Techno Vienna, born of digital technology....   see more »
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