Centro De Fotografía De Montevideo June 24, 2016

Centro De Fotografía De Montevideo and 212 Productions are pleased to announce the exhibition of David LaChapelle's works, which open today June 24th.

For the first time worldwide, the artist will be exhibiting in 4 spaces simultaneously throughout the city of Montevideo. The shows will feature works from throughout LaChapelle's career, including a projection space of the artist's video works.

The multiple activities around this exhibition circuit will take place at the FUNDACIÓN UNIÓN (FU), CENTRO DE FOTOGRAFÍA DE MONTEVIDEO (CdF), ESPACIO DE ARTE CONTEMPORÁNEO (EAC) and the ASOCIACIÓN GENERAL DE AUTORES DEL URUGUAY (AGADU). In the MUSEO NACIONAL DE ARTES VISUALES (MNAV) and in the ASOCIACIÓN GENERAL DE AUTORES DEL URUGUAY (AGADU). Two lectures will compliment the exhibits.

LACHAPELLE’s exhibits have traveled the world; and in Latin America to Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Peru, Chile and Colombia; showcasing in cultural venues such as the Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso in Mexico City, Museo de las Artes, in Guadalajara, the Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires and the Museum of Contemporary Art of Puerto Rico, Lima and Santiago, among others. In Mexico, his exhibit managed to be named the best show of the decade by an international artist, with more than 170,000 visits.

Visit the Exhibitions official Site for more info

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The meaning of Montevideo Center of Photography (CDF) is to work from photography in order to stimulate reflection and critical thinking on social issues, promoting the debate on the formation of identities and contributing to the construction of citizenship. Based on these principles we develop diverse activities from plural perspectives and approaches.

We intend to be a reference institution at national and regional level, generating contents, activities, opportunities for exchange and development in the various areas that make up photography in a broad sense and to a diverse audience.

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