Authors A-Z

Ana María Arevalo Gosen
The Eternal Days of Imprisoned Women
Armando Vega
Watching a glacier die is like watching your mother die
Celeste Rojas Múgica
Looking for glimpses between the past and present
David Pinzón Cadena
The music of our photos
Guillermo Ospina
Poppy Relief
Isabella Bernal Vega
Mining in Colombia: cutting down 65,000 trees, moving a river and more than one hundred tons of toxic waste
Javi Velásquez
“A child excited about nature is an ally for life”
Tamara Merino
Allegory of the cave
Abilio Estévez
Cemetery in Medellín
Abraham Jiménez Enoa
Imagining the Fire: Conversations on African American | Episode #2
Abraham Nahón
A debt to the gazes relegated by history
Adriano Machado
The green that inhabits my dreams
Alejandra Orosco
A symptom of climate change | Fresco EP#2
Alejandro Cegarra
“The photo has to be born to dignify”
Alejandro Erbetta
The imaginary territory of a migrant artist
Alejandro Kirchuk
Landscapes of an agonizing river
Alejandro León Cannock
Who are “The Undisciplined” in Peruvian Photographic Art?
Alexandra McNichols-Torroledo
To Tell the Sacred and the Violent, Photos Printed on Coca Leaves
Alfonso Carrera
Images at the limit of metaphor
Álvaro Laiz
Álvaro Laiz: Looking for the Edge
Ana Cristina Vallejo
Neuromantic: love addict
Ana Gretel Echazú Böschemeier
Reinventing Ayahuasca
Ana Harff y Sol Etchegaray
From Almodóvar to counter-hegemonic photography: nipples, algorithms and censorship
Ana Nuñez Rodríguez
Green spell: life and magic around emeralds
André Penteado
Reverberation and subtlety: possible relationships between photography and memory
Andrea Jösch
Andrea Jösch: escape from the unique image, place yourself in the territory
Andrés Cardona
Hopefully the Night will Never Come
Andrés Ríos
8th House: a street photographer in quarantine
Angélica Dass
A racist insult on my family album
Animaciones Salvajes
Steal audio and animate it: that character will tell you the truth
Anita Pouchard Serra
Migrate: from Fire to Desire
Antonella Fagetti
A sacred plant has something to tell you
Aquelarre: design beyond design
Archivo de la Memoria Charrúa
Following the Charrúa family tree
Archivo Nacional Victoria Santa Cruz
Victoria Santa Cruz: unknown images ot the voice of the Afro-Peruvian woman
Ayün fotógrafas
Ayün: Photography to Seek the Light in Others
Alejandro Chaskielberg
Fires in Patagonia: what the Fire Took
Bárbara y Benito Medina
Imagining the Fire: Conversations about the African American | Season 2 Episode #2
Baudó AP
Baudó: an agency to look closely
Benedicte Kurzen
Benedicte Kurzen and the myth of war photographers
Bernardo Oyarzún
Universal Indigenousness: The Work of Bernardo Oyarzún
Ancient beings take my dreams
Boris Kossoy
Photography (also) was invented in Brazil
Bruno Morais
Brazil: Drugs in the Beach where there are no more Tourists
Camila Falcão
When the body no longer feels patriarchy won
Camila Jurado
A Photographer on the Film Set
Carla Yovane
Gender, sexuality, and inner worlds in Carla Yovane’s work
Carlos del Carmen
Virtual portraits of a naked mind
Carlos Villalón
The Sacred, the Banal, the Violent: Variations around Coca
Carolina Aguero
How we are supposed to live
Carolina Navas
Look me in the eyes
César Rodríguez
The Daily Life of Poppy Growers
Cholita Chic
The pop art gaze of the mountain ranges
Cindy Muñoz Sánchez
The footprints of my mother have not been erased
Colectiva Mamana
Colectiva Mamana: the urgent change of references
Colectivo Nómada
Colectivo Nómada: Around the World on a Single Road
Cora Gamarnik
“There is something in the human work behind the cameras that is irreplaceable.”
How to take photos of the pandemic
Cristina de Middel
Cristina de Middel: a ventriloquist crosses the street
Cristina de Middel y Bruno Morais
Crossing the Atlantic from the hand of a spirit
Cristobal Ascencio
The artificial memories of Cristóbal Ascencio
Cristóbal Olivares
Mapuche People: the Eternity of Tomorrow
Cristopher Rogel Blanquet
The field no Longer Smells of Flowers
Cynthia Santos Briones
Notes to make a migrant herbalist
Dan Agostini
Palomas: stories of trans women survival
Daniela Rea
A war that is lost to the south and north of the Rio Bravo
Dedee Mandros
Afroparlantes: a platform for boosting voices
Diana Cano
Even the walls will shout our rage
Diana Valenzuela
Cannabis: beyond the Plant (and its Laws)
Diego Argote
“We are more than a virus”
Diego Magaldi
A class with the neighborhood chemist
Diego Mondaca
Stories that are born from silence
Dra. Weed
Dr. Weed’s kitchen
Edgar Jiménez Mendoza
I photographed the birthdays of the most powerful Colombian narco.
Edu León
In a Corner of La Mancha Where There is More Cocaine that You Can Imagine
Eduardo Ruiz Sosa
Learning to Speak
Eric Allende
Memories in the shadow of a dictatorship
Erika Larsen
From the Amazon to the Arctic, in search of the nature that inhabits me
Eugenia R. Cattaneo
Marijuana in the drugstore
Eunice Adorno
Eunice Adorno: How to survive in community
Evandro Teixeira
Memories that the dictatorship could not erase
Fabiola Cedillo
Body and maternity: at the limits of desire
Fabiola Ferrero
Coca in Colombia: a peasant family narrates itself
For a migrant gaze of the world
Federico Estol
For photography that transforms the system
Federico Estol y Sara Wayra
A train, a trip, and a workshop
Federico Ríos
Colombia: What’s behind the War on Drugs
Felipe Alarcón Correa
Memory, grief, and Forgiveness: Images as a Symbolic Reparation
Felipe Romero Beltrán
Ode to slow photography
Félix Márquez
Ways to photograph murdered journalists in Mexico
Fernanda García Lao
War Addicts
Fernando Bryce and Marcelo Brodsky
A mural for land defenders
Fernando Vílchez
Saying what has been kept quiet for too long: cinema and memory to overcome the crisis
Florence Goupil
Amazon: the Pandemic threatens the wisdom of plants
The Kakataibo’s Battle
Florencia Alcaraz
To die as drug mule
Florencia Gomes
Imagining the Fire: Conversations about the African American | Florencia Gomes
Fotos: Leo Lanna / Proyecto Mantis
Cross the Amazon Hand in Hand with an Insect
Francesca Brivio
Fran Brivio: Cannabis is also medicine
Francisco Medail
The photobook as an artifact for (re)thinking a country
Fred Ramos
That absurd thing that is violence
Gabriela Báez
Art to understand trauma
Gabriela Biló
Twenty cents that shook a country
Gabriela Di Bella
Saving the planet is a feminist struggle
Gabriela Olivera Hidalgo
Becoming a Chola again
Gabriela Portilho
Gato Negro Ediciones
Editorial Gato Negro: Small is Beautiful
Gena Steffens
The war on drugs also pollutes
Gerardo Suter
neoTropico: a complete x-ray of Latin American human trafficking
Germán Britos
How to appropriate an (appropriate) image with an algorithm
Gianni Bulacio
Earth likes blood
Giovanna Rivero
A false mist
Gisela Volá
Gisela Volá: cómo fotografiar el deseo
Gonzalo Golpe
Gonzalo Golpe: Does “Latin American photography” really exist?
Guadalupe Miles
Guadalupe Miles: A House in the Midst of the Jungle
Gui Christ
Paraisópolis: Dealing with Covid-19 in the Favela
When my spiritual world stopped, I took these photos
Guillermina Mongan
Graphic art spreads like ivy
Herney Ruiz
Coca chewing peasants: the dismissal of traditional coca leaf consumption
Hugo Arellanes
Afro-Mexicans: we are not folklore
Ian Cheibub
Life that Remains by the Great Hole
Ina C.
Knowing the pill you are about to take
Inés Morales
Imagining the Fire: Conversations on the African American | Episode #1
Inon Sani
Strip the jungle
Irene Avramelos
Art as a Crime, Crime as Art
Irina Werning
Irina and Tam’s journey
Isadora Romero
Polvo de estrellas
Sixty days trapped in the ice
Isadora Romero y Michele Gachet
Ecuador: the voices of the strike
Isis Medeiros
At the scene of an environmental crime
Ivana Legler
Yoga in Confinement
Jaime Andrés Vinasco
Palliadelics: The Dignity of Good Dying
Jaime Chirif Watanabe
Music to cross the Amazon
Jaime Permuth
Olmedini el mago
The Archive is a Journey to Other Times
Jaime Rázuri
The heavy backpack of a war photographer
Jerónimo Rivero
Objects that Tell Stories: Archaeologies of Exile
João Castilho
Geophotography and color: images in an expanded field
Johis Alarcón
Cimarrona: Free Women, Free Peoples
Ghetto dreamers, apostando a la vida
Jorge Panchoaga
Dulce y Salada
Photographies to imagine new worlds
Jorge Panchoaga and Yaid Bolaños
Ipx Khüçx: World’s Disharmonies and Diseases for the Nasa people
Joseph Zárate y Andrés Cardona
Voices for Yasuní
Joseph Zárate. Fotos: Musuk Nolte
Joseph Zárate: Why Telling the Jungle Pain
Josué Azor
The secret and queer life of the Haitian night
Josué Rivas
Indigenous Futurism in Photography
Juan Arias
Mangrove forests for Buen vivir
Juan Cárdenas
Fictions for imagining flavorful futures
Juan Manuel Lara
An Aleph tailored to your measure | Fresco EP#1
Juan Pablo Barrientos
(Over)living beyond the outskirts
Juan Pablo Marín
 Isĩm Khũin: fashion and tradition in indigenous communities
Juan Sebastián Zapata y Daniela Rocha
Misses in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta
Juanita Escobar
Juanita Escobar: The Photographer who Inhabits the Llano
Juanita Solano
What can this fruit tell us about Latin America?
Judith Romero
I am not a mother, nor do I want to be one
Julia Lledín y Juan Páez
The hands that cultivate that forbidden plant
Julia Sbriller
The collective body
Juliana Gómez
Poetry in my genes
Juliana Gómez Quijano
We and the black void of space
Karen Toro
An offering for my friend Belén
Karina Aguilera Skvirsky
My great-grandmother’s dangerous journey
Koral Carballo
Carnival and photo: we are behind the mask
Laura Vásquez Roa
Cannabis south and north of the border: a market in the United States and a war in Colombia
Leafhopper: David Simon Martret y Blanca Galindo
Love in the times of problematic consumption
León Muñoz Santini y Jorge Panchoaga
Ghosts of the Great Depression
Leonardo Barbuy
Diogenes: photography as the driving force of cinema
Lev Manovich
“Popular photography is on its way to becoming something different: something between photography and painting.”
Lia Valero
Migration is a big word
Lilia Cuero
What You Left Me After the Shipwreck
Lina Britto
Marijuana Boom in Colombia
Liz Tasa
Kápar: forced sterilization as a crime against Humanity
Lorena Velasco
Lorena Velasco: from intimacy to the collective
Lucía Herrero
Tribute to La Bata
Lucía Ledesma
My family is that leaf caressed by the sun
Luciana Demichelis
How to be young in this limbo and survive in the attempt
Luis Antonio Rojas
Migration, progress and the intimacies of others: ways to refine (and question) the gaze
Luis Chumbe
The Wembler’s, patriarchs of Amazonian cumbia
Luis Enrique Aguilar
Mexico: violence reached the territory of dreams
Luján Agusti
Luján Agusti and the Ways to Sharpen the Gaze
Luvia Lazo
Faces that get lost
Macidiano Céspedes
Telling me through others
Maíra Erlich
Blossoming at 70 years old
Maíra Gamarra
Maíra Gamarra: the power of collective work
The Image Turn, Part I: From the Collective to the Collaborative
Photography and War, a Destructive Relationship
Manne Stoller
They seem to dance on the pitch
Manu Melo Franco
The time we can’t stop
Manuel Seoane
Titicaca and pollution: what will we do when the lake dies?
The Chimán people’s film debut
Manuel Seoane y Sergio Mendoza
The plundering of Bolivian gold
Mara Sánchez Renero
The Maroons and Their Fandango
Marcela Bonfim
Reflections and potentials: the photography of the black Amazon
Marcela Angulo
Sentipensarse Black in Colombia 
Marcela Vallejo
Catalina Gil Pinzón: traditional narratives and drug policies
Photography and criminal records: from stigma to resistance
Malign influences: how to transform the family album
Love spells, potions of resistance
Quipu: how to produce a collaborative transmedia documentary
Marcela Vallejo y Musuk Nolte
Never again will indigenous voices be silenced
Faces of Peru’s protests
Marcio Pimenta
Karokynka: the journey to the last land
The Black Faces of the Revolution
Marco Garro
The dark side of gold
Marcos Zegers
Humans, minerals, and the desert
María Abaddón
Apocalypse Now: María Abaddón’s Textile Art
María Eugenia Cerutti
With all death in the air
María Fernanda Ampuero
Under our acacia
Mariceu Erthal
In the body of another: photographs to fill absences
Mariela Sancari
Looking yourself through others
Marilene Ribeiro
Fire-wounded territories
Marina Feldhues
The Metamorphosis of the Archive
Mariona Giner
Miradas con voz: what do they want to say?
Marisol Mendez
The oppression is still quite vivid
Martin Bollati
Martin Bollati behind the mirage
Mathieu Asselin
Glyphosate and Ecological Disaster: in the Footsteps of Monsanto
Mauricio Pokemon
A river in my backyard
Maya Goded
The Women of my Life
Mayeli Villalba
Being black in Paraguay
Mayra Da Silva y Pablo Albarenga
Afro-Uruguayans: In Search of a New Perspective
Mayra Martell
Narco fashion: beauty as power
Medhin Tewolde Serrano
Imagining the Fire: Conversations on African American | Episode #3
Megafauna - Irene de Hollanda
200 black female authors in a bookstore showcase
Mídia Índia, Eric Marky
Mídia Índia: Indigenous Peoples in First-Person
Miguel Vilela
“If the right to Mother Earth is negotiated, life is negotiated.”
Misha Vallejo
The Wisdom of the People who Defeated the Oil Companies
Looking at the world like a Kichwa child
Mitmaq Ediciones
This self-publication is also my passport | Fresco #5
Mr. Poper
Being fag in Mexican public schools
Musuk Nolte
Musuk Nolte: water in the desert
Seeds of water: planting queñuas in the Andes
Spill in Peru: harbingers of slow death
Portraits of a thirsty country
The war of the Ovayerii is still ongoing
José Manuyama: “The western world has expired”
Nadia Granados
Machos, Violence, and Propaganda: How to Dynamite the Image of a Narco-Country
Narcos Lab
Beyond Pablo Escobar
Narrativas Limítrofes
Laia Abril: a History of Misogyny
Natalia Ortiz
The second life of leaves
Natalia Roca
And in front of us, the forest burned
Nelson Morales
Being Muxe: photography as a way of discovering the identity
Nicola Okin
Nicola Okin in the Amazon: the Call to Portray a Territory in Resistance
Nicolás Amaro
Landscape intimacy
Nicolás Cox
The memory of my territory is alive in this decolonial gesture | Fresco EP#4
Nicolás Janowski
The Secret Life of Cannabis
Afro-Argentine, the third root
Nicolás Pousthomis
Masculum Gymnasium: Boys’ Last Ritual
Noelia Chávez. Fotos: Musuk Nolte
Peru: tiktokers, memes and tear gas
Olga Manzano y Baltazar Castellano
Africamericanos in Mexico: Murals of Memory
Omar Gámez
How to take photos in a place with no light
Orlando Velázquez
Mexico: the desire that corrupts
Óscar Caracora
Óscar Catacora: Looking and feeling the world from the Andes
Pablo Albarenga
Wounds in the land (and the bodies) of the Yanomami
Pablo Allison
At the heart of the beast
Pablo Corral
Where is Latin American photography heading?
Pablo Ortiz Monasterio
Close to the boom
Pablo Piovano
The Human Cost of Agrotoxins
Paco Briones
Mexico: cannabis that heals 
Grow and Consume your Cannabis without Breaking the Law
Paola Lambertín
Microdoses: an inside journey
Paula Balduino de Melo
Imagining the Fire: Conversations about the African American | Season 2 Episode #3
Paula Zuccotti
Everything we touch in quarantine
Paulina Chamorro
Between saving nature and documenting its end
Paulina Flores
Pedro David
The Long Decisive Moment when a World is Put to Death
Pietro Paoloni
Open images of Latin America
Proyecto Soma
Soma: drugs as they are
Rafael Roncato
A performance, a knife, and a chroma in the face of media opportunism | Fresco EP#4
Rafael Vilela
São Paulo: Resist amid the Pandemic
Ramón Campos Iriarte
Colombia: how to narrate an ongoing war
Rebeca Lerer
Love, Family, and Marijuana
Marijuana in Brazil: Land, Racism, and Violence
Rember Yahuarcani López
The ancestral avant-garde
Reojo Colectivo
Colombia: the Record of a Historical Outbreak in Real Time
Retratos de memoria
Memory Portraits
Ricardo Báez
Towards photobook vanguard
Ricardo Miguel Hernández
The Mobility of Images
Ricardo Nagaoka
Tierra colorada
Río Paraná
What do they do with our stories, our bodies, and our bones? | Fresco #7: Río Paraná
River Claure
Warawar Wawa: A Little Prince Born in The Andes
Roberto Tondopó
Photography as a way of registering one’s own transformation
Robin Canul
Mayan resistance against agribusiness
Rocío Cardenas
Buenos Aires’ true roots
Rocío Celis
All family albums are open wounds
Rocío Inmensidades
Peripheral bodies
Rodolfo Palomino - Colectivo Kucha Suto
Kucha Suto
Rodrigo Braga
Rodrigo Braga: the camera that does not shoot
Rodrigo Masina Pinheiro and Gal Cipreste Marinelli
Those Stones you Threw at Me as a Child do not Hurt me Anymore
Ronald “Malandro” Pizzoferrato
A street eye in Caracas
Rosemarie Lerner
Proyecto Quipu: voces por la memoria de las esterilizaciones forzadas en Perú
Rubén H. Bermúdez
And You, Why Are You Black?
Ruda Colectiva
This is not a chain: Ruda Colectiva’s first joint project
Rueda Fotos
Why is it so uncomfortable to see the face of a women’s assassin?
Sabrina Fidalgo
God is a Black Woman
Sam Bohorquez
NTF: Street Photography in the Blockchain
Sandra Rodríguez - Fotos: Musuk Nolte
Peru: A Collective Book to Tell the Outrage in Real Time
Santi García
Subverting the Everyday
Santiago Barros
IAbuelas: How to imagine the face of a disappeared person
Santiago Escobar Jaramillo
Expanded photography is here to stay
Santiago Rueda
Art and drugs in Colombia: an investigation
Sara Aliaga y Ara Goudsmit
“Cholita you had to be”
Sarah Pabst y Blas Finger
There is more than meets the eye
Sebastián Lopez Brach
What Can you Do when your World Burns
Sebastián López Brach
Lights and shadows of the new white gold
Sergio Galarza
Sergio Lasso
Rewriting imaginaries: the use of text, visuality, and collage
Silvana Trevale
Venezuelan Youth
Sofía Ayarzagoitia
All the Borders a Photographer Can Cross
Sofía López Mañan
Nature as construction
A winged giant in the city of rage
Sofía Yala
Searching (yourself) in the archive
Stephen Ferry
Violence documents
Sub Cooperativa
Work in Progress: Marijuana Beyond the Common Place
Lives not buried by soybeans
Susi Maresca
Salt, Water, and Police Repression
Tania Pleitez Vela
Tatiana Arocha
The beauty I found in coca leaves
Text: Emilia Erbetta - Photos: Andrés Cardona
Diary of a Wreck Family
Thiago Dezan
Latin America is an overcrowded prison
Toni Amengual
Toni Amengual: looking for the limits of photography
Tuane Eggers
Mushrooms poetics
Uiler Costa-Santos
Syzygy: landscapes of the exact moment when the moon and the sun are aligned
Varios autores
God is Argentine (and his name is Maradona)
Various authors
Drugs, Politics and Violences Collectives Encounter
Velia Vidal
Imagining the Fire: Conversations on the African-American | EP#4: Velia Vidal
Venuca Evanan
Venuca Evanán: the memory of my desire
Verónica Sanchis
Foto Féminas: Community and Representation
Victor Moriyama
Photography in the Amazon: The Sound of a Falling Tree
Victor Peña
A hell that haunts him
Victor Vich
Víctor Vich: “Art is a courage discourse that is not afraid to show its wounds.”
Victor Vich - Lucero Del Castillo
An image that is read, a poem that is seen
Víctor Zea
Cusco: “They stole the gold, but they did not take the sun and that is what I photograph”
Victor Zea
United by the sun | Fresco EP #6
Victoria Razo
Resilience: between documentary and intimacy
Violeta Ayala
Facing the State from a Wheelchair
‘Africamericanos’ in Guatemala: an invitation to reconnect with roots
Feed the memory fire
World Press Photo South America 2023 | VIST Talk with the Winners
Vist Projects
Create and Display New Imageries
The Dangerous Job of Being a Fixer in Mexico
Cracolandia: Inside the Crack Hotels in Brazil
The D-P-V- La guerra fallida exhibition is open
Wara Vargas
Dreams and Findings of a Bolivian Photographer
The art of registering the aura of plants
Warmi Photo
A residency for photographers in Bolivia
Wilson Diaz
The Artist Gardener and His Coca Plants
X. Andrade
Memes, Substances, and Belonging in a Polarized World
Yael Martínez
Mexico: Fireflies to Illuminate a History of Violence
Amapola and resilience in the Mexican mountains
Yann Gross y Arguiñe Escandón
Aya: let the jungle reveal itself
Yeison Riascos
The Urban Divinities of the Colombian Pacific Coast
Zahara Gómez
Mexico: a cookbook in memory of the missing
Zoraida Díaz
All the wars I saw
Zully Sotelo
Aquí y allá: The Photobook as a Reflection