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"Tino Soriano: From Banyoles" at the Lluís Coromina Foundation

"Tino Soriano: From Banyoles" at the Lluís Coromina Foundation
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March 20 at 7:30 p.m. the opening of the exhibition Tino Soriano: From Banyoles will take place at the Fundació Lluís Coromina. De Banyoles is the result of a journey by photographer Tino Soriano through different parts of the city, where he has photographed people of various religions, professions and nationalities, with an object related to their identity. It is the representation of the city as a space for coexistence.

Renowned photographer linked to the Lluís Coromina Foundation, Tino Soriano goes into the city to explore the different nuances that can be found there. Difference brings wealth, and this exhibition is an opportunity to see the same reality from different perspectives. The photographs, taken in different points and spaces of the city, present people of various religions, professions and nationalities, to which an object related to their identity has been added. Soriano wants to represent the city as a space for coexistence and community, where everyone must observe their surroundings and get to know each other.

Born in Barcelona, resident in Banyoles and linked to the Lluís Coromina Foundation, Tino Soriano divides his work between travel photography and photojournalism, especially on the world of Medicine. He has been awarded by UNESCO, WHO, the World Press Photo Foundation and has won five FotoPres awards. Today, Tino Soriano is working on a project on traditional medicine in several countries with National Geographic, where he has collaborated for more than twenty years.

The exhibition has been promoted by the Lluís Coromina Foundation, the Banyoles City Council, the Banyoles Community in Action area and the Girona County Council, and has the collaboration of the Banyoles Fujifilm Centre.

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