Lamento Boliviano para el Dia de la Mujer

    Lamento Boliviano – De Mujeres y Montañas Aprovechando unos días de descanso después de escalar el Illimani, y antes de que muriera Roberto, me di vueltas por las calles de La Paz, Bolivia.  Toda ciudad tiene su graffiti, pero estas frases que encontré pintadas sobre los muros mostraban

    Jan Smith – Desierto(s) Historias Urbanas

    Jan Smith:  Exhibit at Galeria Pedro Arrupe On February 7th, photographer Jan Smith presents the exhibition, Desert(s), Urban Stories, a collective exhibition shared with colleagues Ragnar Chacin and Guillaume Corpart. Jan questions our connotation of deserts through images from the abandoned

    Mexican Photography – Marianna Dellekamp

    Organics and Id – Marianna Dellekamp Mexican photography during the 1990’s began to shift from a focus on folklore and tradition to more conceptual uses of imagery where photography was another tool at the disposal of the artist.  The change coincided with the inaguration of the new

    Cel Phones and the Noble Savage

    The Noble Savage – Photographs of First Earth Tribes I had the chance to meet Chris Rainier at one of his lectures five years ago. He was seated next to me, in the audience, waiting for his turn at the podium.  We struck-up a brief conversation regarding his time in Papua New Guinea which