About the Book
Cities and towns in Cuba show us in their doors a sea of textures and combinations of materials and colors; the tones created by the effects of time and climate, and social neglect constitute, almost inexplicably, a fatal attraction for the trained eye and sensitivity of the photographer.
This is my second Blurb book on the subject, the first being “Doors of Havana and Matanzas”, published in 2014 and devoted mainly to these two cities. The present book continues exploring Havana, but also adds doors from Santa Clara, Remedios, Trinidad, Cienfuegos, Camaguey, Holguín, Manzanillo, Santiago de Cuba and Baracoa.
Born in the USA from Cuban parents, Jorge lives in Havana since 1950. He graduated in 1972 from the Biology Faculty of Havana University and has a PhD in Biological Sciences. Since childhood he was attracted by documentary photography. In 2001 he became a part-time freelance photographer. After retiring from science active work in 2015, Jorge devotes most of his time to photography. He is a member of the Visual Arts Section of the UNEAC (Havana, Cuba) His favorite themes are street documentary photography, architecture, nature, and dance and ballet. Images from his Havana collection have been exhibited in 40 personal and collective events, and are in private collections worldwide. Since 2002, Jorge teaches digital photography in national and international courses. His first book on the subject has just been published in Mexico. Starting in November 2014, Jorge acts as coordinator and photographer for the activities organized in Cuba by the Santa Fe Photo Workshops (NM).