80M2 represents a number of young artists, most of whom are from Peru. You could say it's a very contemporary gallery, in that many of the artists on their roster approach photography as a "tool" rather than a means to create beautiful images. Daniela Ortiz is an artist with such an approach: she often uses photography as a way to make a political or social statement. One project that jumped out to me is "Campamento 1ro de Mayo" ("1st of May Camp"), created with Xose Quiroga. To realize this project, the pair photographed the pristine houses of managers at a mining company, enlarged these photos and then pasted them on the side of the more humble residencies of the miners. Ortiz is currently based in Barcelona, and she has created a number of projects that directly address the issues facing immigrants in Spain. She has a surprising number of projects on her website, which is well worth a look. Meanwhile, Arturo Kameya is a more traditional photographer on the 80M2 roster. His series "The Tip of the Iceberg" is a work of "straight" photography, though his subject is a former prison on the island of El Frontón.