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This book's historical and geographical overview begins with Manolo Laguillo's earliest work, produced in the period between 1978 and 1983 when he himself admitted that he was fascinated by all things ‘tacky', and concludes with a series produced in L'Hospitalet de Llobregat (on the outskirts of Barcelona), in 1997. Between these two, Languillo explored some of the key landmarks involved in the transformation of Barcelona in the late 1980s as a result of the Olympic Games. Laguillo's work offers a photographic reconstruction of a major process of change that began in the 1980s and culminated in the following decade.


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Selection from the catalogue 'Barcelona 1978-1997. Manolo Laguillo', pages 20 and 21
Selection from the catalogue 'Barcelona 1978-1997. Manolo Laguillo', pages 28 and 29
 Selection from the catalogue 'Barcelona 1978-1997. Manolo Laguillo', pages 46 and 47
 Selection from the catalogue 'Barcelona 1978-1997. Manolo Laguillo', pages 54 and 55
Selection from the catalogue 'Barcelona 1978-1997. Manolo Laguillo', pages 64 and 65
Selection from the catalogue 'Barcelona 1978-1997. Manolo Laguillo', pages 68 and 69
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Selection from the catalogue 'Barcelona 1978-1997. Manolo Laguillo', pages 94 and 95
Selection from the catalogue 'Barcelona 1978-1997. Manolo Laguillo', pages 102 and 103
Selección del catálogo "Barcelona 1978-1997. Manolo Laguillo" páginas 122 y 123
Selection from the catalogue 'Barcelona 1978-1997. Manolo Laguillo', pages 132 and 133
Selección del catálogo "Barcelona 1978-1997. Manolo Laguillo" páginas 140 y 141
Selection from the catalogue 'Barcelona 1978-1997. Manolo Laguillo', pages 156 and 157
Selection from the catalogue 'Barcelona 1978-1997. Manolo Laguillo', pages 158 and 159
Selection from the catalogue 'Barcelona 1978-1997. Manolo Laguillo', pages 174 and 175
Selection from the catalogue 'Barcelona 1978-1997. Manolo Laguillo', pages 190 and 191

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Blue protects white from innocence. Blue drags black with it. Blue is darkness made visible.
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