1936. Marina Ginesta became the icon of resistance against Franco during the Spanish Civil War thanks to the German photographer Hans Gutmann. Marina, 17, posed with a rifle on top of the Hotel Colón in Barcelona.
The 1936 Olympic Games. The Nazi regime aimed to highlight the supremacy of the Aryan race. This photograph immortalizes the defeat of this goal. Jesse Owens, an African-American athlete competing for the United States won 4 gold medals in the Olympics that year.
The most reproduced image in the history of photography. Havana, 5 March 1960. The photograph is taken by Alberto Korda at a memorial dedicated to the victims of the bombing of La Coubre, and published internationally only seven years later.
In the visor of Buzz Aldrin´s helmet, the reflection of the improvised photographer: Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon. The Sea of Tranquility as a backdrop. The illustration of the success of the Apollo 11 space mission.