A highly informative exhibition complements the generous program at the CDF (Centro de fotografia) in the Uruguayan capital of Montevideo. Fotografía en Uruguay. Historia y Usos Sociales 1840-1930 (Photography in Uruguay, History and Social Uses) is the center’s latest testimony to its country’s rich photographic history. The exhibition is being held in the centrally located Parque Rodó through April 17. Through texts and images, the exhibition presents the evolution of photography in Uruguay, from its appearance in February 1840, shortly after the discovery of the daguerreotype was announced in France, until 1930.
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