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#11740

Subculturcide: Amar y vivir en el Madrid de los 2010

Price
$25.00
Date
2015
Publisher
Andrea Ferrer
Format
Artists' Books
Genre
Photography, Interview, Essays
Description

Subculturcide is a photography book granted by the European Union and INJUVE. The book is a reflection of a new generation that expands itself through the urban subcultures of Madrid in the 2000s.

Through the cameras of several photographers we intend to be a mirror of the current youth.

This book is a vehicle for experimentation and exchange between artists and young people who do not find empirical support writing stories that are magnetized in a variable and hybrid cultural identity, where postmodernismrepresents an iconic saturation dominated by the culture of the simulacrum and obsessive repetition.

The street becomes a catwalk with the influence of brands, making youngsters reinvent themselves through a new culture of performance.

Ed. Andrea Ferrer

  1. Subculturcide
  2. Subculturcide 2
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