Albarrán Cabrera are the photographers Anna Cabrera (b. 1969, Sevilla) and Angel Albarrán (b.1969, Barcelona) who work together as a collaborative duo based in Barcelona. Albarrán  Cabrera deploy photography as a philosophical tool to understand the world. Their images are the notebooks of their deep and intensive research. However, Albarrán Cabrera felt that photography is a limited medium and that they had to find new ways to explain their concepts and ideas. This led to extensive experimenting with the existing printing techniques and to invent new ones, such as cyanotype emulsion on gold. Albarrán Cabrera's photographs are therefore not only images, but also physical objects  that are unique in themselves.  
The work of Albarrán Cabrera has been shown in galleries and photo fairs in Spain, Japan, Switzerland, The Netherlands, France, Germany, Lebanon, Italy and the United States. Anna and Angel have studied under photographers such as Humberto Rivas and Toni Catany, among others.
Some of their prints have become part of private collections and institutions such as Hermès, Goetz Collection, Banco de Santander, Fundación de Ferrocarriles Españoles to mention a few. They have also produced printing work for several institutions like Fundació La Pedrera in Barcelona, Fundació Toni Catany in Mallorca, Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid or Barcelona Photographic Archive.