Barcelona-based artist Begona Egurbide belongs to a new generation of European female photographers whose work challenges the conventions of standard photography using a process called lenticular photography, a method which causes the photographic image to move in response to the viewer’s body. Egurbide’s photographs explore the connection between experience and memory. Female figures appear confrontational in one light, yet passive in another, introducing the viewer to the in-between space of the seen and the unseen, the conscious and the unconscious. Egurbide’s artwork is featured in prominent public collections in Europe including the Museum of Contemporary Art, Barcelona, Spain and the Reina Sofia Museum of Modern Art, Madrid.

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March 19, 2010 - April 17, 2010
September 5, 2008 - October 4, 2008