ATLAS OF HUMANITY | MILAN
It was an honor to be selected to represent Cuba in the Milan exhibit for Atlas of Humanity. And an even bigger honor to be featured in the Atlas of Humanity book.
Atlas of Humanity exhibited in Milan, Italy from October 7-30, 2022. The exhibition – curated by Martin Vegas – it’s now at its 8th edition and will be attended by 120 international photographers who showcase the richness and diversity of the world’s ethnic cultures that form the great mosaic of humanity. The portraits and the daily moments captured by these established authors or curious amateurs provide a glimpse into the vanishing cultures of people who are striving to hold onto their heritage in a rapidly-changing world.
Atlas of Humanity in Milan came after Paris, New York, Dubai, Tunis, Birmingham, and Cologne. How amazing to bring this international project to Milan, one of the most vital destinations for art lovers. Internationally famous for being one of the world’s capitals of design and fashion, in the last years, Milan has become a reference point also for the new trends in visual arts.
Next up… Atlas of Humanity New York, where Vanishing Cuba will be showcased with a special exhibit.
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