Nearly five-hundred years after the "Conquista," Peru's indigenous peoples are soulfully and vibrantly practicing "the old ways" of life as they enter the 21st Century. This photographic odyssey is an appreciation and celebration of this Andean culture at its best and most inspiring.
For more than forty years, Lewis Steven Silverman has been a journalist, reporting stories and taking photographs in far off places. His fine art black-and-white photographs have been shown around the world. He learned his technical craft with the camera and in the darkroom at The Parsons School of Design in Paris studying under Benedict Fernandez and at The New York Camera Club. Group and solo exhibitions of his work include, The Center For Photography at Woodstock, Parsons School of Design – Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, The Cork Gallery at Avery Fischer Hall in Lincoln Center – New York, The Soho Photo Gallery of New York, The Lowenherz Gallery at the Alfred Stieglitz Camera Club of New York, The Westside Arts Coalition Gallery of the City of New York, The Sedona Arts Council, Numerous Private Collections in Latin America, Europe and the United States and the Permanent Collections at Morgan Stanley and Prudential Life Insurance Company.