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Bruno Barbey A boy plays in the Riviere of Galets. Reunion. 1991. © Bruno Barbey | Magnum Photos
Carolyn Drake Birthday party at Olympia, a gated community. Wellington, Florida. USA. 2005. © Carolyn Drake | Magnum Photos
Trent Parke Seaton. Adelaide, South Australia. Australia. 2007. © Trent Parke | Magnum Photos
Paolo Pellegrin Divers Davd Boudia and Thomas Finchum. Fort Lauderdale, USA. 2008. © Paolo Pellegrin | Magnum Photos
Elliott Erwitt Elliott Erwitt, self-portrait. Saint Tropez, France. 1979. © Elliott Erwitt | Magnum Photos
Richard Kalvar Woman looking at herself in store window. New York City, USA. 1969. © Richard Kalvar | Magnum Photos
Burt Glinn Members of the Seattle Tubing Society in full float. Seattle, Washington, USA. 1953. © Burt Glinn | Magnum Photos
Alex Webb Children playing in a playground. Havana, Cuba. 2000. © Alex Webb | Magnum Photos

The exhibition curated by Magnum photographer Martin Parr and Magnum nominee Cristina de Middel explores the myriad connotations of the word ‘Play’. From sport and leisure to music, the exhibition brings together the work of 51 Magnum photographers and features more than 180 images from the archive.

“The great thing about this word is that it can mean so many different things. If you also account for the huge variety of styles and visions of accumulated Magnum photographers the choice and range become enormous,” says Parr.

Exhibition opening times

From Monday to Friday, from 11:00 to 14:00 and from 17:30 to 20:30 · Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, from 11:00 to 21:00.

December 24 and 31 open from 11:00 to 14:00 · Closed on December 25 and January 1.

December 6th – Opening at 12 pm with guided visit by Cristina de Middel.  

This exhibition is produced by Fundación Telefónica.

More information here.