Spanish photographer Jesús Madriñán captures night life in the rural villages of Galicia in his series Boas Noites. Roughly translated “Good Nights”, the work explores the duality of the club scene on an entirely new level as party goers live in a momentary fantasy of glamour and city-life with their small towns just outside the darkened doors. Madriñán captures his subjects with the chaos often raging in the background and our eyes search for telling clues of who these young people are when the sun rises. Boes Noites’s artificial world is two fold, drawing on the surreality of the club scene but also the reminder of where this “night of their lives” takes place. The dawn breaks and the revelers return to the simpler world of reality, the mask cast aside until another wild night.