The People of Argentina – History in the Present

As part of Festival de la Luz, I have the honor of exhibiting at Galeria EdeA in San Telmo. This year’s theme is immigration. My photos portray the history of the Argentine people as represented by the present generations. Argentina is famous for its immigrants and yet the land was populated by Indigenous Peoples for thousands of years before their arrival. The photos are a selection of images from the Immigration Museum at Retiro, an Immigrants Festival in Rosario, and the march of “Pueblos Originarios” during the Bicentennial Celebrations. These photos were taken on assignment for The Argentina Independent and printed on canvas by Ariel Aguilar.

The opening is tonight from 19:30 – 21:30. I hope you can join me. If you cannot make the opening, I hope you will stop by to take a look. The show will last until August 10.

Galeria EdeA, Defensa 771,
San Telmo, Buenos Aires
Tues-Fri 14hrs – 18 hrs

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