Manuel H: setenta años de reportería gráfica en Bogotá

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Instituto Distrital de Patrimonio Cultural, Museo de Bogotá, 2007 - Photography - 39 pages
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Book dedicated to celebrated Colombian photojournalist Manuel "Hache" Rodríguez, the main photographer of the riots of the "Bogotazo" (April 9, 1948). His passion for bullfighting is reflected in his historic portraits of bullfighters "Manolete," Paco Camino and Luis M. Dominguín, soccer teams, comic Cantinflas and famous personages Gabriel García Márquez, the king and queen of Spain, and actress Lucia Bosé. But his photographic legacy is more than bulls and loots, he immortalized a city now lost to growth and development where horses and donkeys were still part of the urban landscape and women conquered their right to vote.

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