“Night Tales”: Nerja hosts exhibition by influential photographer Fernando Bayona

"Night Tales": Nerja hosts exhibition by influential photographer Fernando Bayona

"Night Tales": Nerja is hosting an exhibition by the influential photographer Fernando Bayona. Credit: Fernando Bayona

The Museum of Nerja, which is in the province of Malaga, is currently showcasing the work of Fernando Bayona in his exhibition titled “Night Tales”.

From July 29 to September 18, the Museum of Nerja is hosting a temporary exhibition titled “Night Tales” by the photographer Fernando Bayona. This is Bayona’s first retrospective exhibition in the province of Malaga, with 40 photographs and three sculptures that have been selected to represent his last 12 years of work.

Fernando Bayona’s photographic work is characterised by its careful staging, with each element helping to transmit the feelings and attitudes of the people shown. The observer is invited to reflect on philosophical and social issues, such as relationships, identity or the passing of time. Love is often a key theme in his works.

Fernando Bayona was born in Montizon, Jaen, and holds a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Granada. He is considered one of the most important photographers of his generation. His exhibition can be visited from 10am to 5pm (last admission at 4.30pm) until September 11 and from 10am to 4pm (last admission at 3.30pm) from September 12 to 18.

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Tamsin Brown

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