The Spanish photographer immortalized our cousins, the great primates, in vivid and striking portraits. Gorillas, chimpanzees, bonobos … they all surrendered to the lens of Isabel Muñoz who has made them a cause to face up to: the threat of extinction. These images come to testify to this programmed disappearance. Isabel Muñoz confided to The Eye of Photography. First of...
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