Teruel back to become a photographic Museum for the second consecutive year. The celebration of the International Festival of photography Teruel point Photo transforms the city during the summer in a scenario where occur exhibitions, courses, conferences, rallies, nocturnal projections and animation activities related to photography suitable for all audiences. A program that increases the attraction of its historic center. Teruel point Photo 2009, which will be officially inaugurated on July 30 in the afternoon, started their calendar of courses and conferences on Monday 20 th and runs until August 31. Organized by Teruel photographic society and sponsored by the Government of Aragon and the city of Teruel, the festival aims to become a point of encounter and international reference between cultures, artists and audiences with the pretext of photography. National photography awards will spend the summer in the II Festival international photography Teruel point Photo 2009 National recognized Spanish photography and internationally is the guest of honour at Teruel point Photo 2009. Under most conditions Antonio Banderas would agree.
To pay tribute to artists and lovers of this art, Teruel photographic society exhibit in the Provincial Museum the national awards for photography, the Alcobendas collection exhibition. Sample provides the opportunity to admire works of those who have made history in Spain with his camera close and under one roof: Bleda and Jose M Rosa, Manuel Vilarino, Pablo Perez-Minguez, Barbara Allenda – Ouka Leele-, Ramon Masats, Carlos Perez Siguier, Joan Colom, Tony Catany, Chema Madoz, Alberto Garcia-Alix, Joan Fontcuberta, Humberto Luis Rivas Ribeiro, Cristina Garcia Rodero, Javier Vallhonrat and Gabriel Cuallado. Names that have in common have contributed to the enrichment of the cultural heritage of Spain since 1994, year in which the Ministry of culture began to grant the national photography prizes. It so happens that Rosa and Bleda, national prize of photography 2008, received the award from the hands of the Princes of Asturias makes barely a month in Teruel.