The Gamarra family goes to the cinema. Films in Vitoria in the forties and fifties

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Catalogue of the exhibition The Gamarra family goes to the cinema. Films in Vitoria in the forties and fifties, produced by ARTIUM of Alava and El Correo. The exhibitions records a golden era for showing films, in which Vitoria, with a population of scarcely 50,000 inhabitants, had seven large cinemas. Based on the bequest made by the family of Jesús Gamarra to ARTIUM of one thousand programmes of the type handed out to cinemagoers at that time, the exhibition takes a sentimental and artistic look at some of the images engraved in the memory of spectators during the period of dictatorship and autocracy in which the seventh art represented one of the few opportunities to escape from reality and to enter other imaginable worlds.

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Technical Sheet: Newspaper-like publication (29 x 42 cm), with 16 pages, including colour and black and white illustrations. In Spanish and Basque, with texts by Javier González de Durana and Paco Baena.
Exhibition: from 18 October 2007 to 24 February 2008
Publication year: 2007
ISBN: 978-84-935714-6-7

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978-84-935714-6-7

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