Desires and Disguises: Five Latin American Photographers
Five established women photographers from different Latin American countries document their distinct communities in this volume. The subjects include the Indian celebrations of Holy Week, Chilean boxers and street entertainers, politics in Buenos Aires and Hispanic female street gangs.
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Sandra Eleta Portobelo Panama
Paz Errazuriz Chilean Disguises
Marfa Cristina Drive Ways of the Cross in Guatemala
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