In this work, the Venezuelan Luis Cobelo explores the relationship between photography and literature from the acclaimed work of García Márquez "One Hundred Years of Solitude."
A poetic glance to the western side of the California desert dwellers, be-known as the “Black Eyes”. People that seems to care about nothing but what is in front of them.
The state of Kashmir holds a mythic place in the mind of India. Among some of the world’s most beautiful mountain valleys it lurks a political and sectarian conflict.
The project “Out-of-the-Way” was created on the far away territories of the Extreme North of Russia, where Anosova's ancestors dwelled for three centuries.
For almost five decades, Hara's camera has travelled through Spain in search of its real essence; collecting moments and places that reflect his personal vision of a country in permanent transition.
Picture: Laza, 1993. (c) Cristóbal Hara