since 2000



  • The CLASSICS only at Photo Lounge

  • Francesc Català-Roca

    Discover our exclusive selection of classics from the Spanish master

    Carlos Pérez Siquier
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    L’impuls nomada

    His splendid images of intensive travelling, mostly in Arabian countries can be seen at Palau Solterra de la Fundació Vila Casas at Torroella de Montgrí, Girona.. The show is curated by Laura Terré.

    At the Centro de Arte Alcobendas

    We recommend the visit of Cuerpo y Naturaleza. Universos soñados at the Centro de Arte de Alcobendas from 1 June to 22 Sepember 2022

    Hasta siempre Carlos!

    We so are sad for the loss of our dearest friend, exceptional photographer and most generous person. Thank you for everything Carlos! We have no words.


    NEW: One of the most complete Spanish archives of historic photographs

    Created by Adolfo Zerkowitz (Vienna 1884 - Barcelona 1972) and his son Alfredo Zerkowitz (Barcelona 1933), pioneers of landscape photography in Spain. We are pleased to present some highlights of their views of Barcelona.




    20 anniversary of Photo Lounge online

    It was as early as spring 2000 when Fotocoleccionista.com went online (now Photo Lounge)! The Wayback Machine allows to travel in time and revisit our web of the year 2000. Take a trip back and enjoy surfing the first version of our site !

    Wayback Machine

    Exclusive work at Photo Lounge

    We are very happy to announce our collaboration with the Alberto Schommer Foundation and being able to offer exclusive prints of one of the outstanding Spanish photographers. A reknowned artist, highly creative who was surprising with new and experimental works all through his lifetime.

    NEW: Dry stamped collectors prints

    Good news for Joan Colom fans: In collaboration with the family estate Photo Lounge offers in exclusive a varity of Joan's most emblematic images. And YES, they come dry stamped with the artist's original stamp, so you can add a piece of Leica photo history to your collection!

    The first Spanish photographer to have a museum dedicated to his artwork

    In 2017 opens the Centro Pérez Siquier at Olula del Río, Almería. A building of 550 m2 hosts the archive and there is a permanent show of his most important works displayed in five halls www.centroperezsiquier.org