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ÀNGEL GARCÍA (BARCELONA, 1981)

Àngel García is a photojournalist who works for the Bloomberg agency, mainly shooting documentary reports. Since 2011 he works in the audio-visual field. In 2007, he realised a more personal work on the spot in Cambodia. Since 2013 he is working on the situation of the immigrants in Europe.

He made several exhibitions and projections at national and international level  as well among which a projection in the framework of Visa Off (2018), an exhibition in the MasArt Gallery in Barcelona (2010), projections at the Photophnompenh Festival, at the Photography and Journalism Seminar of Albarracín (2009) and at the OjodePez PhotoMeeting in Barcelona (2010); he also made exhibitions : Dr Nopo Gallery in Valencia (2010), GaleriaValidFoto BCN( 2012), IX Biennale Xavier Miserachs (2016), Photogenic Festival (2016) and Photon Festival (2017). His pictures have been published in various medias (Bloomberg, PRI’s, Getty Image, Sipa Press, UPI Agency, Der Spiegel, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, The Telegraph, Newsweek, CNBC, Huffington Post, La Vanguardia, El Periódico, El Pais, La Directa, etc). He received several grants: CLIC reserved to Young Catalan Photographers (2017), Photography and Journalism Seminar of Albarracín Spain (2008) and CONCOA (2009 Geraldine Hope)

The crowds is holding red and yellow carnations in sign of protest and throws them to the agents of the Guardia Civil and the Mossos d’Esquadra posted at the door. This symbol also appeared during other searches carried out by the Guardia civil.
End of the Partido Popular campaign on December 19, 2017, with Xavier Garcia Albiol, candidate of the PCC at the Generalitat of Catalonia and Mariano Rajoy, president of the Spanish government and of the PP as well. These elections organised by the Spanish government finally gave victory to the Separatist parties and highlighted the PP failure since it was the less voted party.
The parliament approved this Friday by 70 votes in favour, 10 votes against and 3 blank votes, the proposal of resolution confirming the independence declaration signed on October 10 by the Separatist deputies and stressing that “ the Catalan Republic constitutes itself as an independent and sovereign state”