Photographer Rafael Trobat has devoted most of his work to showing the social reality of Nicaragua. This book brings together 61 of his photographs, mostly taken from an ongoing project begun in 1990 and shot in Spain, Honduras and El Salvador. Also featured in the book are photographs from his series Night Club, also ongoing project, in which he approaches sexuality as a product of our contemporary consumer societies.
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