Pieter Hugo is a photographer who became famous after the publication of his 2007 collection, “The hyena & other men”, depicting the gadawan kura (hyena handlers) of Nigeria who earned a living on the margins of society by entertaining crowds with their chained animals. His latest collection is a very […]
She talks about her documentary ‘500 years’, which tells the story of the recent milestones passed by this Latin American country, small in area, but large in convictions. Interest in collective empowerment and indigenous resistance distinguish her work. On this occasion, she was accompanied by the Mayan activist Andrea Ixchíu.
The display will feature works of art which combine charcoal, and burnt wood artwork on canvas. The art exhibition will take place from 14th to 25th March in London. Juanjo Andrés Cuervo The author of this work is Nick Malone, who has already held several exhibitions in London. […]
The Chilean folklorist travelled her long country documenting peasant song and then went on to travel the world, showcasing her work. She always sang against injustice, insensitivity and bureaucracy. Today, 50 years after her departure, her interviews are compiled in a book for the first time. Marcos Ortiz F. […]
If you have read and enjoyed any of China Miéville’s fiction then you’re in for another treat, and if new to his work expect to be astonished at his prodigious imagination and awed by his literary talent. Sean Sheehan There are two timescales at work in this 200-page […]