A selection of works from the archives of the Anna Gamazo de Abelló Collection, one of the most outstanding collections in Europe in the field of Latin American photography. This exhibition reviews a period of great political and social effervescence in Latin America through the eyes of over 60 artists from 8 countries.
The collection by Anna Gamazo de Abelló is one of the most important cultural riches of Latin American photography in Europe. Latin Fire reviews its archives to present an exhibition of over one hundred and eighty works by around sixty artists from eight different countries, which shows many little known facets within the general framework of Latin American photography.
The works, taken between 1958 and 2010, range from the fire from weapons, revolutions, protest movements on grounds of gender or race and cultural and counter-cultural struggles to the fieriness of the nightlife and marginalisation of cities like Lima, Mexico D.F., Buenos Aires, Caracas, Santiago and La Habana.
This exhibition forms part of the official section of the PhotoEspaña 2015 Festival.
Wedding in Coyoacán, 1983. © Pedro Meyer
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