Mother and daughter hug desperately in front of their house that is totally destroyed by a criminal fire, which began with a fight between neighbors.
Proyecto Guatemala Capital. January 2018. I am currently doing a documentary project about Guatemala City, its people, neighborhoods and art in the context of mostly day to day street life. This material will be eventually published in book-form.
CUBA / USA
"Time - The indefinite and continuous progress of existence and events" is an exploration of the belonging that we possess with the Universe. It is a search for an explanation of our existence at this point in the present, and also a study of how we relate to the space-time that surrounds us.
Lisandra De Fraga
Transnational Identity II. August 2017. This self-portrait is part of an ongoing urban ethnographic study aiming to contribute to the growing debate about immigration and transnationalism in the USA. The project investigates the impact of socio-cultural globalization on life trajectories of migrants, and how they exercise substantive citizenship.
BRAZIL / USA
Pilgrims for Black Christ. October 2017. In 1657 a life sized Black Christ statue arrived from Spain in Portobelo, Panama. It brings benefits to tens of thousands of pilgrims who every October 21st visit the statue asking to be granted favors giving in return adoration and donations. Image were taken inside the church of the Black Christ.
USA / PANAMÁ
Alfredo Esparza Cárdenas
Fallen elevated water tank. February 2017. These photographs record the immoderate use of the land in spaces that were once “conquered” by humans, but now are uninhabited due to overexploitation of their resources through overgrazing, depletion of aquifers, land cleansing of not regulated territories, or mining methods that pollute the soil.
Woman with a comb. February 2017. This is a portrait serie about the Hmong people of the small Ban Jok Village, 20 kilometers into the hills from Luang Prabang, Laos. The Hmong people is an ethnic group from the mountains regions of Laos, Vietnam, China, Myanmar and Thailand. Hmong means free.
CHILE / USA
"The Ascendants" September 2017. While visiting Italy, I was very impressed by fresco ceilings, particularly by the baroque style frescos.Inspired by them, I created a large format of underwater photos that reflect themes of womanhood, family and sense of purpose.
COLOMBIA / USA
Yuliana Guedez Forgiarini
Universidad de Los Andes
La diáspora es feroz. November 2017. Las montañas de mi ciudad natal me arrullan en mi mente... la nostalgia del pasado se fusiona con el desafío del futuro. Me recuerdo que solo las historias emocionantes son recordadas... Y viajo, como empaquetada con aquello que me es más íntimo.
The diaspora is ferocious. My hometown's mountains lull my mind... the nostalgia from the past fuses with the challenges of the future. I remind myself that only the exciting stories are remembered... and thus I travel, packed with my most intimate things.
Dos Mundos. January 2017. This project is a series about the life of my family. It chronicles our movements between Spain and Puerto Rico. Due to our family commitments we travel between these two places often. I seek to illustrate how a family immerses itself into two very disparate worlds.
Catalina Kulczar, Photographer
The Taper Principle. June 2018. A stills and motion project on the barber’s angle on tapering.
VENEZUELA / USA
Begging for Peace. January 2017. After 10 years living as an expatriate, I returned to my home country, Colombia. It has been over 60 years of war, and the government had just asked in a referendum if the peace treaty should be signed or not with the rebels (FARC guerrillas). Peace remains elusive.
COLOMBIA / CANADA
Art Institutes Miami
Blurry Lake 1. October 2017. Through nature photography, I use geometric abstraction to explore the idea of simplicity. My work is very minimalist.
Psychological Landscapes explores the idea of our thought images.Landscapes from our imagination drawn from real landscapes fragmented and abstracted to their limits.
Rincon Sapiencia. June 2017. Portrait of Brazilian hip-hop artist Rincon Sapiencia for Trip Magazine.
New York Times food editor, Sam Sifton, opens his doors to Edible for an asado-style backyard feast alongside North Fork Iron Works with their Argentine inspired wood fired parilla with side brasero as he hacks a recipe from a New York Times story he had previously assigned the year before.
COLOMBIA / USA
Cinzia Naticchioni Rojas
cinzia n. rojas
Imagine. Self portrait. February 2017. The photo is inspired by the words of the writer Alda Merini:"I find my verses dipping the inkwell in the sky".
The picture was made for the first edition of the event 'Immagina, when light meets word', to celebrate Alda Merini's poetic work.
MÉXICO / ITALY
William Ochoa Grajales
William Ochoa Grajales
Niña y Muñeco. Augusto 2017. Las temáticas que más abordo para lograr capturas que llenan mi interés son naturaleza y gente, sintiéndome muy identificado. El colorido prima en mis fotos. Me atraen los contrastes, colores vívidos, expresión, la luz y fuerza de una mirada que transmite un sentimiento para enriquecer las imágenes.
YES I AM IN HERE. January 2018. The reflection/reaction when faced with the question "what are you" is necessary in scratching the surface of what we mean when we say "human" - is our humanity learned? This addresses the political reflections relevant today especially within our social-scape of ruptured solidarities.
COLOMBIA / HONDURAS / USA
La Grieta. April 2016. Two rioters dance Tango, a dance that originated in Argentina, as an act of peaceful protest against the right- wing government.
Carlos Felipe Ramirez Mesa
Keeper of remembrance. November 2017. As part of my masters thesis in documentary cinema im developing a long length documentary about the renaissances of historic and analogue photography. I'm interviewing photographers, curators, archive directors and, in this case, the owner of an antique store caller "anamorphosis"
Liese A. Ricketts
Credo 1. Credo & Quietus, my newest work.There is a story which accompanies the images and gives it context. It is about a pair of twins, Credo & Quietus, born in Lima in 1846, and dedicated at birth to the Senor de los Milagros. One identifies with Faith, the other, Fear. These traits become their weapons as they fight to capture souls, as converts to their belief system.
"Chago Adentro". April 2017. One of the biggest daily headaches in today's Cuba: transportation. Private trucks are used to move people around. These trucks are filled with people and during the summer time when temperature can reach over 100 degrees, it is a real nightmare. Santiago de Cuba, Cuba, 2017.
CUBA / USA
LEO is a body of work that I began when I returned to Dominican Republic after eight years. The images follow Leo’s journey immigrating to New York City. Within this body of work I document the transition of a child leaving his home and culture, capturing him as he grows and his surroundings change.
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC / USA
The Art of Flying, a photographic series with divers.
VENEZUELA / USA
Costa de pájaros. June 2017. trata la naturaleza (similitudes y diferencias) de dos comunidades de pescadores, una ubicada en la zona Atlántica de Honduras y la otra en la zona pacifica de Costa Rica. Ambas comunidades comparten el dominio de la navegación, en la cual basan su sostenibilidad futura.
Over the past few years I have been following a group of murga dancers in Buenos Aires, Argentina as they prepare for and dream of the February carnival season, during which they perform in lively street parades, entertaining local families.