The woman who defied a regime Traditional streets for used books in Santiago de Chile? Move to San Diego, around crossing with Santa Isabel, where you can find interesting books. If you prefer, there are places which combine a café and a bookstore, such as Café Literario Bustamante https://twitter.com/biblioprovi/status/791725508195151872, in the Bustamante park (Providencia), or Café Literario Mosqueto at Mosqueto …Read More »
DANTE STREET, WHERE START A LONG STORY OF IMAGES – Carlos Domínguez: When everyone asked “hey little friend, touch my face”.
60 years of political and social history of Peru Reportage photography is seeing and telling through images. From Lima to the Sacred Valley of the Incas; from Machu Picchu to Lake Titicaca; from Paracas to Cusco, Peru, it is not only to see, but also to photograph inside your exciting journey http://travelvisionjourneys.com/tour/peru/, between nature and archeology in the footsteps of …Read More »
Look into nature, you will understand everything Looking for a good book, walking on Avenida General José de San Martín (Asunción), you find a place where they offer a quality service that allows you to have access to the library with the best prices and brands. By promoting cultural and educational growth, El Lector http://www.ellector.com.py/ contributes to the dissemination of …Read More »
Sexist & Colonial Portrayals of Latin America Although it is not a prime spot for haute cuisine, La Paz’s quality places to eat are on the rise. Entering Manna Ser Sano restaurant https://www.facebook.com/MannaSerSano/, you can discover a good place to consider. Its names of the dishes inspire awe and appetite: Papicar bien (to nibble healthily, or to make love …Read More »
Intrigued by the Mennonite women Mexico City is the best place to eat tacos, a unique opportunity to savour the delights of this humble cuisine. Strolling through Centro Historico, you can discover all the tacos are delicious, such as the taco de carnitas (featuring beyond succulent pork). Ending your tour (with a chance to drink tequila), in the most historic …Read More »
PERCEPTION IS DIFFICULT TO DESCRIBE – Hazel Larsen Archer: Watching has always been a part of my life. I do not know why
When she started taking pictures, she was an observer The best months for good weather in Santa Fe (New Mexico), run from May to October. In this period, the thermometer reaches a temperature of 18 degrees. For your souvenirs, El Nicho https://www.elnichosantafe.com/ it is amazing, the owner is the sweetest person on earth and local artists make all of the …Read More »
FORGETTING EVERYTHING YOU EVER LEARNED IN SCHOOL – Sacha Dean Bïyan: Fashion photographer & photojournalist
The superposition of every wave of experience; past, present and future. The memory is the act of recalling images, people and events in our lives, how to browse your photo albums. The memory of a hotel stay reinforces all that you experienced in those moments. Elegantly appointed accommodations offering spacious guest rooms (or suites), with sophisticated decor and luxurious marble …Read More »
Despite its reputation as a major hub for literature and drama, the local creative scene does a positive aspect, laid-back and fun love. Dublin www.ireland.com has always been a cultural powerhouse, producing excellent artistic talents, such as the U2. Block T https://www.blockt.ie/ used to be a tiling shop. Situated above a supermarket in north Dublin, host 17 resident artists who …Read More »
A VITAL PHOTOGRAPHIC TALENT – Markéta Luskačová: When photographs demonstrate veracity, without veering into sentimentality.
Bohemia, Prague and Šumiac have never ceased to her home. In 1968, she graduated with a thesis on religion in Slovakia, where she had know old Christian rites, deciding to document with a camera the surviving traditions. In her Pilgrimages cycle, she focused on the Slovak village of Šumiac. Considered one of the best Czech social photographers, since the 1990s …Read More »
TO GET OUT THE SENSATION FROM THE IMAGE – Milota Havránková: When photography is like a second language.
The opportunity to capture a moment. She is a Slovak photographer, born in Košice on an August day in 1945. In adolescence, she studied at an art school specializing in photography, but to focus on its use she went to Bratislava, graduating. When people are in nature, they like everything. That’s why MILOTA HAVRANKOVA https://sk-sk.facebook.com/MilotaHavrankova has a wooden house in …Read More »