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Salvador Dalí, “Gala Placidia. Galatea of the Spheres,” 1952 (Salvador Dalí, Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí, VEGAP, Barcelona, 2018)

Barcelona exhibition draws on 315 artifacts to unravel the myths behind central surrealist figure

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CANTABRICO. TIMELAPSE 4K. PARTE 1 from Juan Carlos Cortina on Vimeo.

This is the first chapter of a trip along the northern coast of the Iberian Peninsula that I started in Galicia, going through the western half of Asturias, and that I intend to finish in Hendaye, the eastern end of the Cantabrian Sea.

 

CANTABRICO. TIMELAPSE 4K. PARTE 1 from Juan Carlos Cortina on Vimeo.

Filmed for 11 days in September 2017, it responds to the dream of starting the filming of a film that shows the incredible beauty of these sites. An idea that haunted me long ago by the head. Here is the beginning …  – Juan Carlos Cortina