The work of this Chilean photographer takes a critical and discursive look at the hybrid and mixed-race future of Latin America. His mises-en-scène reveal the mechanisms of political, religious, and sociocultural control which have undergirded the foundations of the Latin American continent since the fifteenth century. This is a must-see exhibition in Sète, on view during the ImageSingulières Festival. With...
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