Born in October in the year 2015 with the desire to create a solid proposal to the people of the town, that touched on the different themes of the author's photography.
At the same time, La Nuu, continues with the idea of making the city of Rubí a place of obligatory reference in the field of photography.
A TEMPORARY EXHIBITION ON THE STREET
Throughout the month of October, various large-format photographic installations will be in full view of everyone. Facades of buildings and squares in the city become, in this way, a museum at the foot of the street.
The main strategy of the festival is the use of public space to awaken the emotional complicity of the citizens of Rubí.
This type of exhibition, together with its educational will, impose certain limitations, but also avoid the danger of being unseen behind the city's back. This edition will once again fill the streets of Rubi with contemporary photography without barriers. Visitors and citizens will become voluntary and involuntary spectators.
PUBLIC AND THE PUBLIC
La Nuu has two clear objectives, bringing the best of contemporary photography and, at the same time, turning Rubí into a place of reference in the world of photography. A round trip that invites different audiences: the citizens of Rubí, lovers or not of photography, and a public interested in photography and culture in general attracted by the proposal of the festival.
This year, the third edition of La Nuu reaffirms its international vocation with the participation of Egyptian photographer Laura El -Tantawy, participating from Asia, Korean Sungjin Park, the Japanese photographer Shinya Arimoto and Xiqi Yuwang, originally from China and now resident in Valencia. Different generations also coexist in this year's exhibition selection. We find consecrated figures like Miguel Trillo next to young promise like David Molina Gadea and Helena Goñi.