Marc Martí stamps, digitally prints and installs the vinyl cuts, exhibition panels and posters of various sizes from the National Geographic exhibition "Women: A Century of Change" at the Reial Cercle Artístic in Barcelona.
An exhibition that consists of fifty images from all over the world, during the last one hundred years, and where the woman exercises a central figure.
As the EFE Agency points out: "This collection, curated by photojournalist Marisa Flórez, includes from some of the most iconic images in history, such as the portrait of Sharbart Gula, better known as the Afghan girl, to a catalog of the most relevant women photographers in the world such as Amy Toensing, Ami Vitale, Newsha Tavakolian, Lynsey Addario or Marisa Flórez herself. Divided into six sections - joy, beauty, love, wisdom, strength and hope - the exhibition features 50 works from National Geographic's vast archive of up to 60 million photographs, "different and "moving" stories that capture a "complex and true, not unique, vision of being a woman," Flórez explained in the virtual presentation.
The exhibition can be visited at the Reial Cercle Artístic (Carrer Arcs nº5, 08002 Barcelona) every day from 10.00 to 14.00 and from 15.00 to 22.00, until the 11th of October 2020.
In Marc Martí we continue printing the new reality, creating all kinds of elements of exterior communication, in order to continue showing the best of each client.