Above all, Nereo López is a traveling photographer. Chronicler and cartographer all in one, he has developed a hybrid genre halfway between visual poetry and photo-essay. His work helped to open the eyes of the urban population, bringing to their attention the life that brewed in the valleys, the mountainside of the Andes, and the Caribbean coastline.
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