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Latin American Foto Festival 2023
July 13–30, 2023
Bronx Documentary Center
New York, USA

The Bronx Documentary Center (BDC) will hold its 6th annual Latin American Foto Festival (LAFF) from July 13–30, featuring large-scale photographs by both emerging and established, award-winning photographers, with their work displayed throughout the South Bronx’s Melrose neighborhood. The Festival will include works from Bolivia, Colombia, Chile, Cuba, Mexico, Peru, and Venezuela – photographs representing long-term projects on missing persons, femicides, indigenous people’s rights, trans rights, youth exodus, Venezuela through young girls’ eyes, women soccer fans, and Latino and Caribbean contributions to Hip Hop culture. As part of the Festival, the BDC will hold in-person workshops, tours, panel discussions, and other community events.

Artists featured include: Audrey Cordova, Natalia Favre, Zahara Gomez, Nicole Kramm Caifal, Cuerpas Reales Hinchas, Reales, Sonia Madrigal, Mayra Martell, Project MiRA, Musuk Nolte, Nuevayorkinos, Fernanda Pineda, Ángela Ponce, Maria Jesus Folil Pueller, Greta Rico, Federico Ríos Escobar.

The Latin American Foto Festival is curated by Cynthia Rivera and Michael Kamber.

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