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On a rainy day…

5 Mar
Román Yñán at Openhouse Gallery

Intimate shots

What better to do on a rainy day such as today, than tuck yourself up indoors and snuggle with your nearest and dearest? Well, there is an alternative, actually, and that is to go and see a very intimate collection of photos by Román Yñán at the Openhouse Gallery.

Román Yñán at Openhouse Gallery

Still life

Román Yñán at Openhouse Gallery

Then and now

The collection is titled “Hola me llamo Romàn y hago fotos a mi familia” (hello my name is Román and I take photos of my family) and invites us to reflect on the fact that although we are all different and lead different lives, in essence we all are the same, and this is often visible through our family snaps.

Román Yñán at Openhouse Gallery

Party time

Román Yñán at Openhouse Gallery

Holidays

As my photos do not do this lovely collection any justice, I suggest you contact either Román Yñán or Openhouse Gallery (part of Openhouse project) to arrange a private viewing. The exhibit will be on for a while yet, but you don’t want to miss this one, so go see it!

Román Yñán at Openhouse Gallery

Román Yñán surrounded by his family

For more information about Román Yñán’s work, check out his website, and for updates subscribe to his Facebook page. To keep up-to-date on all things Openhouse, go to the Openhouse Project site and to their Facebook page.

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BCN @ Home – Openhouse Gallery

9 Jul copyright: Lisette van de Graaf
copyright: Lisette van de Graaf

Follow the arrow

Happy Monday! Did you have a good weekend? I’m kick starting the week with a post about a new gallery that opened recently. It is the Openhouse Gallery and is found in the home of  Andrew Trotter (of Openhouse) and his flatmate Mari Luz Vidal, the photographer with whose project “Mariona y Yo” the gallery has launched its first exhibition. The gallery is the first in a series of projects that the Openhouse Project is launching this Summer and later in the year. Let’s check it out, shall we?

copyright: Lisette van de Graaf

Down the long corridor

The photos have been displayed tastefully around the home of these two very creative people, and follow a particular order…

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