La Rouge Photo Cafè Anniversary

It’s been a year since I attended the first photographic talk at La Rouge Photo Cafè, and last Thursday we celebrated with an exciting presentation of the work Té Amargo (‘Bitter Tea’) by Xavi Piera and Joseba Zabalza, focused on the situation of refugees in the Western Sahara. In addition, my little audiovisual contribution was also screened, as a personal summary of this year, so enriching both professionally and personally, after which our host Jordi Oliver showed up on stage with his band Mishto, to demonstrate that, in addition to a huge photographer, he is an appreciable singer and musician.
We hope to continue with these talks in the future, I think the photography scene of Barcelona needs them and it would be good that they continue for as long as possible.

Here you have the video-summary and a gallery with the best moments of the evening.

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Born in Barcelona in 1974, Guillermo Pérez combines his activity as a photographer with the graphic, editorial and web design. Diploma in Business Studies from the University of Barcelona, he has experience in coordination and production of periodicals, content management and digital media maintenance, editorial photography, portrait and architectural and interiors photography.

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