The Ministry of Culture through the National Museum of Colombia and the Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies at Harvard University, with the collaboration of the Fernell Franco Foundation, presents Una Impecable Soledad. La Fotografía de Fernell Franco. The exhibition recovers the experiments and the searches that Franco made throughout his career around the photographic surface – until now – an unknown face of the work of the Cali photographer. The selection of works intend to show Franco’s search to capture the image of the city, in a constant creation, which led him to propose a work in the limit of the photographic itself. The exhibition also culminates a stage of the preservation and classification work that the Fernell Franco Foundation did of its archive, with the support of Harvard University.