The exhibition includes 42+1 photographs taken by Eugeni Abella Asensio during 2017, 2018 and 2022 at the Oscar Niemeyer International Cultural Centre in the city of Avilés.
The images on display are an intentional and very personal look by the author with the aim of highlighting the splendid architecture that Niemeyer designed in Avilés, being the only work of the Brazilian architect that we can enjoy throughout Spain.
On Thursday, February 2, a conference will be held at 7 p.m., in the auditorium, where projections will be shown on the most emblematic architectural work of Oscar Niemeyer (1907-2012). The talk will be given by the architect Pere Marsé i Ferrer.
Eugeni Abella Asensio
Photographer interested in capturing architectural works and with an extensive curriculum as a creator of suggestive images that he has exhibited in several individual and group exhibitions.
Experienced in analog photography, with its complex chemical processes, he has adapted perfectly to the new digital technologies, offering surprising results.
Abella Asensio has worked at the Pedret Photographic Laboratories in Barcelona. He began his photographic studies at the School of Photographic Studies of Catalonia. He is a member of the Photography Section of the U.E.C of Barcelona; former photographic member of the Civic Centre of Can Basté; Firart of Sant Cugat del Vallès; the photographic group ‘La Cafetera’ the Civic-Foto Collective and Torre Llobeta Photography group.
Pere Marsé Ferrer
Architect qualified in 1976 by the ETSAB with a specialisation in architecture. Member in recent years of the Hèlix School of Architecture and Urbanism, located in Vilafranca del Penedès. Architect hired by the municipal administration in several towns in the Alt and Baix Penedès. Marsé Ferrer has carried out and published different research studies on the urban planning and architecture of his native town of Vilanova i la Geltrú.
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