Item description for Pablo Cabado: Laminares: Illustratives: Cuba the 90s (Coleccion La Vista Gorda) by Pablo Cabado...
He is a flaneur in the streets of 1990s Cuba, just as Doisneau was in Paris, just as Koudelka was with the Gypsies. From Vedado to Centro Habana and from there to Habana Vieja, Argentinian photographer Pablo Cabado has used his camera to capture the people, the buildings, the incredibly contradictory life of Cuba, as he saw it, at the end of a tumultuous century.
Essay by Rolando Sanchez-Mejias.
Publisher: La Marca Editora
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Studio: La Marca Editora
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.16" Width: 7.48" Height: 0.7" Weight: 1.79 lbs.
Release Date Nov 2, 2002
Publisher La Marca Editora
ISBN 9508890266 ISBN13 9789508890269
Reviews - What do customers think about Pablo Cabado: Laminares: Illustratives: Cuba the 90s (Coleccion La Vista Gorda)?
The photographs of Pablo Cabado Dec 29, 1999
Cuba may be the size of the proverbial postage stamp, but that certainly does not curtail the media fascination with all things Cuban. Most photographs of the island depict a country lost in a 1950s time warp with its art deco colors and automobiles held together by spit and wire. There is another side, of course, just as there is in most regions, but it is a picture rarely seen in the west. Photographer Pablo Cabado has seen the soul of Cuba, however, and his photos are that of an outsider (he lives in Argentina) who is not afraid to search for the truth. Without the colors to distract our attention, the black and white photos cannot help but draw us to the subjects, the ordinary people who are at the heart of Cuba.
Cabado at last Sep 26, 1999
Pablo Cabado is one of the great cotemporary photographers to choose Cuba as subject.This book is at last the first document from a serious photographer who along Ernesto Bazan will reach an outstanding recognition among photographic historians.