ALEMANY, José

(Blanes, Gerona, 1895 – Provincetown, Massachusetts, 1951)

Professor of psychology and Romance languages, Alemany is considered one of the best Spanish photographers who alternated the experimental avant-garde and the romantic vision. He was a writer, lecturer and friend, among others, of Albert Einstein and Bertrand Russell, developing his teaching career in the United States at the Universities of Syracuse and Cornell (NY)  and the Institute of Technology in Pittsburgh. The photographs that remain of his legacy were taken between 1932 and 1942 and fundamentally capture the landscape, figures and portraits.

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