‘Africa starts in the Pyrenees’. Attributed to Alexandre Dumas

Spain has always been and still is, for most foreigners: religious fanaticism, Quixotesque mythology, bloody celebrations, passion, mass tourism, spectacle and cheap fun…

Children of a Journey
revisits these simplifying stereotypes and analyzes with a contemporary photographic gaze, how the actual Spanish youth has coexisted with these myths: appropriating, updating and assuming them (or not) as part of their own identity.