Marta Maria Pérez Bravo was born in Havana, Cuba in 1959 and studied at the San Alejandro Academy of Fine Arts, and later at the Instituto Superior de Arte, both in Havana.
Her photographs are deeply immersed in the representations of the female body, and in Afro-Cuban religions of Santeria and
A decelerated and aware contemplation. A slow introspection that arises in response to a meticulously wrought aesthetic object. Walter Pater asked, "What is this song or picture, this engaging personality presented in life or in a book, to me?" To discover Hiroshi Sugimoto is to answer that question
Alfred Stieglitz spent his life pushing for the acknowledgement of photography as a valid art form. In 1923, when the Museum of Fine Arts hosted some of Stieglitz's photographs, it marked the first time that the American public saw photography in a major American museum.
Stieglitz was born in New J