Photo of Lola Greco (1998)
Last year I celebrated International Flamenco Day with one of my flamenco photos. This year I would like to celebrate with some of the epic photos of Elke Stolzberg and José Lamarca. A German and an Argentinian photographer whose photos are published in the book “Flamenco”.
Two foreigners who realised the importance of the moments they shared with the flamenco artists in the 70s, 80s, 90s in Spain, and with the click of their cameras, made them eternal.
Enjoy the photos and let’s celebrate flamenco, its past and present artists on the 16th of November!
Happy International Flamenco Day to everyone!
Antonio Mairena dancing in the middle, surrounded by Tomás Torre, El Funi, Paco Valdepeñas and Fernanda de Utrera, behind them José Menese, El Lebrijano, Camarón, Curro Mairena, Enrique Morente and Manuel Mairena. On the guitar Manolo Sanlúcar and Samy Martín (Madrid, 1970)
Camarón and Dolores Montoya shortly after their wedding (Madrid, 1976)
Camarón and Paco de Lucía, the photo everyone knows of them; brilliantly captured by José Lamarca after having told them the photo shoot was over.
Juan Habichuela posing with Fernanda de Utrera (Puebla de Cazalla, 1980)
Cristina Hoyos was the principal dancer of the company of Antonio Gades for many years (1982)
Fernanda de Utrera with Marote (1984)
Fernando Terremoto (Sanlúcar de Barrameda)
Antonio Montoya Flores, El Farruco (1987)
The master Agustín Castelló, Sabicas (1984)
Moraíto, the pure essence of Jerez
Tomasa Guerrero, La Macanita