VIII Laboratori d’Arxius Municipals (LAM) Els fons privats arxius als municipals, Centre of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona, 10 04 2014. Juan Naranjo participated in the roundtable directed by Xavier Tarraubella i Mirabet Director Historical Archive of the City of Barcelona in which he also participated Jesus Navarro, Jaume Morera Art Museum of Lleida; Joan Soler, president, president of l’Association d’Arxivers-Gestors of Documents de Catalunya; Carles d’Armengol, Moret i Margui Foundation, and Sandro Marchetti, University of Lleida.
Juan Naranjo has participated together with other European photo historians in the “History of European Photography, 1939-1969” publication.
In January 2014, the FOTOFO Foundation will publish the second volume of the History of 20th Century European Photography. For two years 40 experts from 35 countries collaborated in the construction of the largest encyclopedia of the history of photography in the 20th century in Europe, avoiding the dominant view that had prevailed in the construction of the history of this media. The publication complements the successful launch of the first volume published in January, 2010 covering the period of 1900-1938.
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Conference of Juan Naranjo at the Fundación Mapfre, Madrid during the meetings on the history of photography (I): the 19th century in which participated: Malcolm Daniel (Chief Curator, Department of photography, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York). Michel Frizot (historian of photography, CNRS-EHESS, Paris), Anne Cartier-Bresson (curator general of heritage, Director of the Atelier de Restauration et Conservation des Photographies de la Ville de Paris).