Discover A Coruña, a port city rich in Galician heritage and history that is the natural home to art and culture. It’s here that Spain will hosted Untold Stories, a retrospective on legendary fashion photographer Peter Lindbergh’s life and work.
IT’S HERE, IN THE BUSY PORT CLOSE TO THE CITY CENTRE, THAT AN INDUSTRIAL HALL HAS BEEN SPECIFICALLY REFURBISHED TO HOST THE PETER LINDBERGH UNTOLD STORIES EXHIBITION.
Thanks to the architectural intervention led by Galician architect Elsa Urquijo, this new exhibition space has been conceived to host impactful cultural initiatives. The hall will be divided into two zones, creating a unique and immersive experience.
In an immersive black & white environment, visitors discovered the artist and experience his work – over 152 photographs chosen by Lindbergh himself, spanning his 40-year career, which included many that made him famous, and others that were never exhibited before.
Located on a peninsula of the Atlantic Ocean, A Coruña is a Galician city with a rich cultural and artistic heritage. A promenade runs along the city’s headland bordering beaches, ancient architecture and the central port, which has remained a constant hub of activity throughout the city’s history.
Home to a variety of museums, theatres and annual festivals, A Coruña is popular amongst art and culture lovers, making it the natural choice to host the Untold Stories exhibition.
A Coruña’s port was a centre for the manufacturing of textiles during the Modern period, and has remained, throughout the ages, a busy hub for industry and creativity. Its urban centre has become a showcase for local and international fashion and design, making it a popular destination for both tourists and aesthetes.