Cuba Imagined. Marginal Notes on Cuban Photography
pM17_en.jpg Curated by Juan Antonio Molina

The possibility of relating the work of the wellknown Mexican photographer Pedro Meyer, with contemporary Cuban photography” is what Juan Antonio Molina offers us by finding those connections—the most representative ones—in a vast universe of over 5,000 images shot by Meyer during his trips to Cuba between 1978 and 1986.

In four concise notes, the curator gets to the root of that possibility: first he reflects on and proposes that the definition “Cuban photography” should be understood as “the Cuban element in photography” or the construction of its imagery; in this way, Pedro Meyer can “enter and exit” with a dynamic passport.

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