The Last Days of Castro” is a collection of photographs depicting, daily life on the streets of Cuba shortly before Fidel Castro transferred power to his brother Raul. Photographer Bryan Moore intermingles the timeless quality of Cuba in his Black and White photographs, with the vivid color images that this tropical nation is known for. Each of the 60 photographs seen in this book shares a story of its own and are supported by photographer's notes in the back.
Bryan Moore lives a rootless existence. During childhood his family moved several times across the United States, Europe, and Asia before briefly settling in Detroit where Bryan enrolled in a high school photography class. Using a borrowed camera to shoot the motor city's most dilapidated areas he rapidly became established as an emerging talent after his portfolio was awarded a National Scholastic's gold key. Bryan later enrolled at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and eventually transferred to Parsons School of Design. Since moving to New York Bryan's photographs have been shown in prestigious galleries and he has also created limited edition lithographs for artists such as Chuck Close, Alex Katz, and Leroy Neiman while pursuing his own fine art work. Bryan's work has most recently been shown in Paris at the Centre Pompidou in collaboration with the magazine Colors.