Upcoming Publication!

We now have on pre-sale D-AI, the latest work by Rojo Sache, the artistic duo formed by Rosa Isabel Vázquez and Jose Antonio Fernández. Discover it!

The media is so influenced by interests and dominant forces that it makes it difficult to distinguish between what is objective and what is manipulated. The emergence of artificial intelligence has only generated even more confusion and bewilderment.

D-AI aims to reflect on this issue and seeks to awaken critical awareness, fostering debate about the information we consume in the era of post-truth and artificial intelligence. It is crucial to question the direction in which this alteration of reality is taking us.

Building upon a previous project by Rojo Sache, “Dai,” which questioned the media exploitation of murders committed in remote areas of civilization, this new work takes the form of a newspaper, compiling different news stories (crimes), where both the texts and the images (variations of the original photographs) have been generated by artificial intelligence. In this way, a new reality is created, one that is more unsettling, blurred, and disturbing.

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Potato Head, a finalist in Encontros da Imagem

Potato Head by Rosa Isabel Vázquez, continues its streak. This time, it has been selected as a finalist for the 2023 Photobook Award at the Encontros da Imagem festival in Braga, Portugal.

Congratulations, Rosa! We wish you all the luck in the world in the final decision.

Potato Head offers an original journey into the depths of our minds, a voyage that takes us through a universe of shadows, where images gradually reveal themselves as fragments of a higher entity. In the end, everything makes unexpected sense, though it is up to the reader to solve this little puzzle that accommodates multiple readings and holds a final surprise.

Discover it HERE!

My Big Night, new release

Fresh out of the oven, we present our latest (and of course, fantastic) publication: My Big Night by Javier Villabrille.

My Big Night features a series of landscapes extracted from Google Maps that play with a strange ambivalence where nothing is as it seems. Beaches, mountains, deserts… but also industrial areas, dark alleys, and cemeteries.

This journey, sometimes romantic, sometimes sordid, actually hides locations, experiences, and recommendations for engaging in sexual activities in public places. A unique leisure guide that we have all seen ourselves reflected in at some point in our lives.

Get your copy 👉 HERE!

Potato Head at PhotoEspaña

We are proud and pleased to announce that Potato Head by Rosa Isabel Vázquez has been selected as a finalist for the Best Photography Book of the Year Award at PhotoEspaña.

You can now enjoy the exhibition “The Best Photography Books of the Year” at the Fernán Gómez Centro Cultural de la Villa in Madrid Spain). The exhibition will be open until July 28th.

For more information about this wonderful work, click HERE.

Online presentation of “Transcurso” by José Quintanilla

On Wednesday, May 10th at 8:00 PM (Madrid, Spain time), José Quintanilla will present the photobook of his project “Transcurso” at the La Máquina photography school.

Quintanilla will share his work, which is filled with multiple references, reflecting on the passage of time in a society conditioned by haste and the anxiety of immediacy, where everything rushes at high speed and life unfolds oblivious to pauses and contemplation.

It will be a highly participative event, accompanied by our editor, Rosa Isabel Vázquez.

Attendance is free, but spaces are limited, so you must register to reserve your spot through lamaquina.es.

Potato Head awarded at the Belfast Photo Festival

We are celebrating as our book “Potato Head,” the English version of “Cabeza de patata” by Rosa Isabel Vázquez, has been announced as the winner at the Belfast Photo Festival.

The Belfast Photo Festival is a non-profit organization that presents one of the leading international photography festivals in the UK and the Northern Ireland Visual Arts Festival.

Launched in 2011, this now-annual photographic event has been described as one of the “best photography festivals in the world” (Capture Magazine) and attracts over 100,000 visitors each year, showcasing some of the finest national and international contemporary photography in 30 museums, galleries, and public spaces. Capturing a wide appeal through popular culture, accessible themes, and unexpected encounters with photography, the festival aims to instill and inspire public enjoyment and engagement using the most accessible artistic medium and bringing it to new audiences in interesting and unusual ways.

Presentation of “Transcurso” by José Quintanilla at the RSF

On Tuesday, March 21st at 7:30 PM, José Quintanilla will present our latest publication, “Transcurso,” at the Real Sociedad Fotográfica in Madrid.

“Transcurso” showcases the work carried out by José Quintanilla between the years 2014 to 2020, in which he reflects on the passage of time in a society conditioned by haste and the anxiety of immediacy, where everything rushes at high speed and life unfolds oblivious to pauses and contemplation.

Admission is free until seating is filled. Don’t miss it!

New release: “Transcurso” by José Quintanilla

Finally, our latest publication is here: “Transcurso” by José Quintanilla.

A beautiful work that reflects on the passage of time in a society conditioned by haste and the anxiety of immediacy.

The author focuses on nature, constantly struggling with human action, reclaiming those abandoned spaces that have ceased to be useful, carrying a strong emotional weight for what they have experienced, for their absence.

The photographs, taken with black and white film, navigate between the beautiful and the eerie, a metaphor for who we are, our relationship with nature, the impermanence of things, and ourselves.

Now available for pre-order!

New Release: “Cabeza de patata” by Rosa Isabel Vázquez

“Cabeza de patata” by Rosa Isabel Vázquez is now wrapped up and ready to venture into the world.

An original journey into the depths of our minds, a voyage that takes us through a universe of shadows, where images gradually reveal themselves as fragments of a higher entity. In the end, everything makes unexpected sense, though it is up to the reader to solve this little puzzle that accommodates multiple readings and holds a final surprise.

An interactive and unique artist’s book with as many interpretations as there are readers. Only 250 copies, numbered and signed. Discover it now!