Tag Archives: Nereo López

FROM MARBLE GRASS, TO CARIBBEAN COAST – Colombian creativity, stranger than a checkered dog

Where you cannot feel more bored than a monkey in a bonsai tree Ciudad Perdida is a multiday jungle walk to the ancient ruins of the Tayrona civilization. As the Andes give way to Los Llanos, a 550,000-sq-km swath of tropical grasslands shared with Venezuela. Colombia boasts all of South America’s allure, and more. Such as soaring Andean summits, unspoiled …

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HALF A CENTURY OF PHOTOGRAPHS – Nereo López: Amazon jungle and streets of Bogota, on the Magdalena River or traveling with personalities

A country, into sixty-three unforgettable images He took more than 100,000 photos, in a career spanning many decades. He was a member of a association of writers, artists and intellectuals. He is regarded as a pioneer in his native Colombia. Nereo López was a Colombian documentary photographer, born in Cartagena into a September 1920. His work brought attention to the …

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