[En la] Penumbra

Days into the unprecedented blackout it is inevitable for us outside the country to be consumed by concern over our families, grief over how much our country has been destroyed and anger over the incapability of any of the political leaders to substantially change anything for the better.

SOBRE|vivientes. Feria Internacional de San Sebastián 2017 [ESP/ENG]

San Cristóbal, Venezuela. Continuando con nuestra serie fotográfica SOBRE|vivientes, en la cual presentamos perfiles de venezolanos haciendo frente a la complicada crisis económica, social y política del país, en esta ocasión resaltamos a vendedores de la edición 53 de la  Feria Internacional de San Sebastían celebrada durante el mes de Enero de 2017 en San Cristóbal, estadoContinue reading “SOBRE|vivientes. Feria Internacional de San Sebastián 2017 [ESP/ENG]”

SOBRE|vivientes. Vendedores Informales. Serie Fotográfica [ESP/ENG]

San Cristóbal, Venezuela. A través de la serie SOBRE|vivientes presentamos perfiles de venezolanos haciendo frente a la complicada crisis económica, social y política del país. Desde cada uno de sus ámbitos de acción, las personas presentadas en la serie muestran perseverancia, ingenio y optimismo frente a la adversidad, demostrando cómo el espíritu de lucha venezolano seContinue reading “SOBRE|vivientes. Vendedores Informales. Serie Fotográfica [ESP/ENG]”

At The Start Line: The Venezuelan Presidential Revocatory

San Cristóbal, Venezuela. Under the midday heat, approximately 600 people are waiting in line, not an unusual feat for an average Venezuelan nowadays. Today, however, they are not waiting to purchase groceries, toilet paper or car parts, they are waiting to sign a national petition to execute a revocatory referendum against President Nicolás Maduro. According toContinue reading “At The Start Line: The Venezuelan Presidential Revocatory”

Venezuela: A Week In The Lines

San Cristóbal, Venezuela. How long does it take you to buy groceries? For Venezuelans, this has become a rather difficult question to answer. Nowadays, many medium and low-income citizens find themselves waiting for hours in order to buy rice, toilet paper and many other essential goods. And it does not stop with groceries; medicines, carContinue reading “Venezuela: A Week In The Lines”