Pilar Aymerich is the author of countless iconic photographs documenting the democratic transition and the feminist struggle of the second half of the 20th century. She is also the author of portraits of characters from the culture that the Franco regime had silenced for years.

After fifty years of career, Pilar Aymerich continues to live intensely her profession, to the point of making it the central axis of her life.

Through the preparation of a portrait of Sergi López, we discover a photographer who has always preferred to stay in a discreet background, behind the camera, and flee from notoriety to focus, to put it in her own words, on writing with images. Images that are now part of our collective history.