From now through February 28th, 2015, Throckmorton Fine Arts will be exhibiting the Ruven Afanador’s series Ángel Gitano, a series about men in the world of flamenco music. (The work is also available in a 240-page book published by Rizzoli.) Following Mil Besos (2009), a collection of photographs of flamenco’s women, and his first book Torero (2001), the Colombian fashion photographer continues his exploration of the Iberian soul and Spanish traditions, which are expressed in Ángel Gitano through dance scenes, unusual portraits and many nudes, one of Afanador’s trademarks.
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