Bronze 2020 Book / Documentary
Land, Land, Land.
Jose Ney Mila Espinosa
My work is generally based on documentary photography, in several of my series I delve into ethnography and anthropology, as in this case. As we all know, black slaves were brought from Africa in a violent and aggressive way. Possibly more than 14 million without counting those who died during the crossing of the Atlantic Ocean, according to studies. They were totally stripped of their identities, from the religions imposed by their owners, to the very name.
The images that I present do not belong to a tourist show, nor are they plays or dances performed by a group of artists. They are...
His images have been presented in more than 100 collective and individual exhibitions around the world. In spaces like The Florida Museum of Photographic Arts, Tampa; Southeast Museum of Photography Daytona; Museo Latino, Omaha, Nebraska; Richmond Hall/The Menil Collections, Houston; Museo de Arte de Downey, Los Angeles, California; Museo de Bellas Artes de Santo Domingo, República Dominicana; Fototeca del INAH, Pachuca, México; Museo Tambo Quirquincho, La Paz. Bolivia; Museo de Huelva. España; Museo del Humor, San Antonio de los Baños y Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de La Habana...