Sala Canal de Isabel II is organizing the exhibition Dios iberoamericano centered on the similarities and differences of the different religious rites celebrated in Spain and Latin America. It proposes a reflection, through the symbolic language of images, on the influence that the introduction of religion had on the culture of the New Continent. Most of the photographs in the exhibition are unpublished. The photographer has documented two forms of aesthetic and ritual expression: the old metropolis and the New World.
Juan Manuel Díaz Burgos was born in Cartegena, Murcia, in 1951. He is an artist with a clear vocation for humanistic, documentary and essay photography. He has given numerous workshops in Latin America, an area that constitutes the central element of his work.
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Location: Sala de Exposiciones Canal de Isabel II (C/ Santa Engracia, 125, 28003 Madrid)
Metro: Ríos Rosas
Dates: 16th of December 2017 until the 4th of February 2018
Hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 11h to 20:30 h
Sundays y Holidays from 11h to 14h
Closed: Mondays, 1st & 6th of January, 1st of May, 24th, 25th & 31st of December