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Martin Chambi For more than twenty years, Martín Chambi balanced his successful studio business with extensive travels outside of Cuzco to photograph archaeological sites, landscapes, and indigenous communities. Chambi's early reputation was based on his participation in two distinctly different photographic traditions. His adoption of conventions derived from European art photography, particularly the stylized effects of Pictorialism and natural sky-light in studio portraiture, formed the foundation for his studio's commercial success and his prominence in local salon competitions and industrial fairs of the day. Chambi quickly came to the forefront in the documentation of his own indigenous culture. Martin Chambi
Phyllis Galembo Phyllis Galembo, Masquerade groups, Ghana, 2009-2010 included in the Venice Biennale exhibition: Il Palazzo Enciclopedico (The Encyclopedic Palace) la Biennale di Venezia Curated by Massimiliano Gioni & Cindy Sherman. June 1 – November 24, 2013 The Encyclopedic Palace, exhibition web site Phyllis Galembo
Daikichi Amano
Stages of Decay