Recently I posted an excellent article by Shades of Grey Fine Art Photography Magazine showcasing some of the black and white photography featured in my Vanishing Cuba book.
Earlier this month, Shades of Grey sister magazine Shades of Color featured a comparable 32-page pictorial and interview. I was the first featured artist in this beautifully designed 238-page magazine for the second time.
Editor Jean Michel Missri, features about a half dozen photographers in each issue. Each interview features fifteen or more full-spread images that are awe-inspiring. I am equally impressed with Missri’s eye for curating these beautiful and varying collections.
You can learn more about Shades of Color at https://shadesofcolormagazine.com
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