Leaving Footprints Under Your Skin: Antonio Hernández

Photographer Antonio Hernández lives and works in Havana. It was not so long ago that he picked up a camera and dove into contemporary visual art. Though self-taught, he has mastered the language of photography with utter determination, persistent drive, passion, and innate talent. Even during these days, while the Coronavirus affects a disastrous number of people, he leads by forging ahead with his practice, in isolation. Speaking with him from Cuba via WhatsApp, I could hear the assertiveness...

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