The photographic exhibition "Mechanics of Water and Time", by Pedro Queiroga, will be inaugurated on August 19, at 17:00 hours, in the exhibition room of the Algarve Regional Coordination and Development Commission (CCDR), in Portugal. Faro.
The show, made up of two dozen high-resolution images, reveals details of the Monchique Water bottling plant, and can be visited free of charge until September 27.
Pedro Queiroga, Portuguese professional photographer and member of ALFA – Free Photographers Association of the Algarve, started his career in photography at the age of 14 in Macau.
On the other hand, the exhibition "Life – Time", by Eduardo Pinto, remains open to the public until the end of August in the ALFA room, in the Arco gallery, in the historic center.
In addition to being physically framed with photographs – photographic memories from 2016 until two decades earlier – it also includes an audiovisual component, with short video-photographic stories that may somehow interest the visitor and complement a future memory.
This temporary exhibition was previously in Spain at the Teatro Del Mar (Punta Umbría) and the Casa Grande Cultural Center (Ayamonte).
Remember, next Monday, August 19, is celebrated World Photography Day. The Frenchman Louis Daguerre created the daguerreotype, whose essentials were ready in 1837, but only two years later, on August 19, 1839, completed the process.