Interest in the Sanfermin fiestas is once again clearly shown from statistical data. We learn from the Pamplona City Hall Citizens Commission through its spokesperson, the councilor of culture, Maider Beloki, that according to official figures, the most-visited exhibition in Pamplona in recent years was, “Colgados de la pasión“ from photographer Pedro Armestre ” with a total attendance of 11.527 visitors. This exhibition was opened in the Palacio del Condestable in Pamplona on the 2nd of July and the exhibition continued to receive daily updates of photos from Pedro Armestre taken during the fiestas.
In addition, the fourth most-visited exhibition with an attendance of 6, 565 in 2015 which was held in the cultural premises of Pamplona City Hall also had a Sanfermin theme. The exhibition consisted of a collection of finalist posters from the Sanfermin Poster Competition 2015.
The attendance ranking of the top four exhibitions was precisely 11, 527 visitors for Pedro Armestre, 7, 870 visitors for the exhibition “Desterrados” from Abel Azcona, 7, 527 for the sculpture exhibition from David Rodríguez Caballero and the 6, 565 visitors to view the Finalist Posters of San Fermín 2015, according to the official figures released by Pamplona City Hall.