From October 8 to 13, 2012, the small town of San Miguel in Tucumán, in northern Argentina, is the capital of documentary photography. An international festival organized every two years since 2004 by the Fondation Infoto, and which is held in the city’s cultural spaces, such as the Museo Casa Histórica de la Independencia, the Museo Provincial de Bellas Artes Timoteo Navarro, and the Teatro Alberdi. In total, nearly 20 exhibition and screenings will be open to the public, as well as readings, photography workshops and discussions. The theme of this year’s festival is new technologies and their impact, both on society and the photographic image.
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