Tag: Cuban photography

The Flesh of Julián: Tattoos of an Abakuá

“Abakuás are known for their music, dance, rituals, and distinctive symbols, including tattoos,” says photographer Jorge Bonet,...

“Memories of Underdevelopment”: a photographic series from today’s Cuba

Certainly, “Memories of Underdevelopment” is a series inspired by the novel and film of the same name,...

Raúl Cañibano in Motion

Is Raúl Cañibano aware of his thirst for a story, of the novel that is woven behind...

Dear Jacksonville

I don’t know you, and I won’t ever get to know you, but you have piqued my...

The Dance of the Monkey-Puzzle Trees

We are in Adkintuwekura (Piedra del Águila), Nahuelbuta National Park, spiritual sanctuary of the Mapuche people in...

Communism Looks Like This

The physical decadence of Havana as a reflection, or even as the inevitable face, of the moral...

Cirenaica Moreira: The Eagerness to Sustain an Idea, a...

What do you want to kill in you that has not already died. Perhaps an idea, a morning,...

In Baracoa, the first city of Cuba

"A long-standing need to know the origins of Cuban culture and history led me in 2011 to...