Let us imagine that great Spanish artistic geniuses such as Picasso, Miro, Dali and Tapies dappled in photographic experiences during their celebrated pictorial creation. What would these photographs be like? This volume gives us an answer. It is a new fictional work by Joan Fontcuberta, who after having parodied different scientific disciplines (botany, zoology and astronomy) has aimed to reinvent the history of art itself. Beyond the dimension of plastics and of conceptual irony, the project involves questions of style and authenticity, or, in other words, authorship and authority. A Spanish language version of this volume is also available (ISBN 84-95273-24-1).