Since founding LimaFotoLibre in 2006, the collective’s four photographers have roamed the streets of the Peruvian capital, cameras in hand, always ready to capture scenes, people and events that most people would overlook. Today, more than 300 photographs have been brought together for the exhibition A ver, a ver, on view at the Galeria Municipal de Arte Pancho Fierra through March 2, 2014.
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