Alberto García-Alix is presenting his first solo exhibition in Moscow to mark the Spain-Russia Dual Year 2011. De donde no se vuelve' features 80 images which will be on display at the Multimedia Art Museum Moscow (MAMM). The exhibition, curated by Nicolás Combarro, is conceived as a “living” exhibition that pulsates to the rhythm of the artist’s perspective of his own work. The narrative core of the exhibition is a script, From Where There Is No Return, written by the photographer himself and conceived as a trip around his memories that constitutes the key to decipher his own photographic universe. The exhibition is presented in non-chronological photography cycles that intimately relate his images to one another and to spectators. Photographs from different periods and formats, always faithful to the photographic testimony of the artist, are presented together. We thus have the images of his first period, from the late 70s and early 80s, which show a fresh and intuitive look close to his life and friends; the landscapes of his memory. Along with them, the first medium format photographs of the late 80’s and the 90’s are also presented; photographs that show the greater control developed by García-Alix on photography composition and the fascination for portraits that made him go deeper into them, two key aspects that took him to the front pages of the international artistic scenario. These photographs are confronted with his current images, in which he empties his intimate world through a more abstract understanding in order to embody his fascinating universe of landscapes and characters; the essence of his own life.