H.G. Wells was able to construct in The Time Machine one of the most enigmatic twilights ever postulated for the human odyssey.
Friedlander is considered an essential photographer of the "American social landscape", a close link with his native country. He has spent his entire life in the light of his inseparable Leica, which he decided to abandon in the 1990s in favour of a square-format Hasselblad.
From the streets of Madrid, within URVANITY, Samuel Salcedo questions the viewer with his subtle irony and vulnerability, emphasising the masked nature of human beings.