This project focuses on the diversity and the dignity of the cuban youth. The photographs are borne from the photographer’s journeys to Cuba over the last twenty-five years. Jonathan Moller’s photographs illustrate the vitality, intelligence and creativity of Cuba’s younger generation, along with their great aspirations and complex challenges.
The book offers an extensive tour of the streets of Havana and Holguin; the lands and the sugar cane fields of Matanzas and Mayabeque; the Pride March and the May Day parade; the foyers and classrooms of the University of Lausanne; the hospitals, the churches, and factories; and, for the first time in history, the popular neighborhoods, the beach and the homes of young Cubans.
|Dimensions||300 × 245 mm|
Jonathan Moller is a documentary photographer and human rights activist. He divides his time between the United States and Latin America.