Studying at the Havana’s academy of fine arts, and then studying in New York, the Cuban Jesse A. Fernandez discovered photography in the early 1950s and began a series of portraits of everyone America and Europe considered to be great Spanish-speaking writers and painters. Jesse A. Fernandez’s work began in the streets of New York. He was fascinated by reflections,...
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