Tag: 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,...

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...

Museums’ Down Time

In these emphatic times, content has become an obsession. Hence, museums or companies, communication multinationals or havens...

Communism Looks Like This

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

The Skin, the Wound, the Truth

The skin matters as much or more than what’s inside. Kenny Lemes (Source: La Voz) “Writing and taking pictures...

Marginal Territories: Farewell Gables Trailers Park

On its way to becoming a megalopolis, Miami is an atypical city, not only within the United...