About the Book
Twenty-four stunning images describe a unique perspective of the static state of Cuba forgotten by the world, and removed from the Cuban sub conscience. Trapped in a world frozen in time, Cuba remains removed from the reaches of global market and global communications. Breaking through the enigma and contradictions defining this tiny archipelago nation, vivid colors and stunning streetscapes narrate the journey through the bustling streets and quiet refuges of Havana, Baracoa, Trinidad, and Santiago de Cuba.
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Standard Portrait, 8×10 in, 20×25 cm
- Publish Date Oct 25, 2007
- Tags Santiago de Cuba, 8:10 and 40 Seconds, Andrew Hida, Fine Art, Street scenes, Street Photography, Color photography, Central America, Latin America, Cuba, Time, Static, Havana, Trinidad, Baracoa, Photography, Travel, Traveling, Photo, Photojournalism, Art, Color, cultural, culture, crumbling, Caribbean, island, archipelago, story, visual
Currently located in Seattle, Andrew's work focuses on documenting muted and buried communities both locally and internationally. After graduating from the University of Washington, he picked up a camera and has since never let go. He is currently a student at the Photographic Center Northwest.