The New York Botanical Garden is a playground for a photographer like me; everywhere I was looking at there was something interesting for my type of photography, something from which I could’ve translate in some design.
In a beautiful explosion of colors, textures, contrasts, saturation, like that of the New York Botanical Garden, and Frida Kahlo show, I was left in a photographer paradise…well, at least mine kind of.
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Continue reading Walking With Frida Kahlo at the NY Botanical Garden…in 2015 II
Its summer in New York, and the Botanical Garden is showing Frida Kahlo’s exhibition.
Inspired by her strong contrasts, the music and dancers, I was intensively picturing the ballet of colors and forms of the beautiful garden. That’s why this work is presented in two parts:because of the amount of photos.
Happy and relaxed people around me, made it easy the walk for almost three hours, under one of these amazing sunny days of NYC.
This work is my homage to the great woman that was Frida Kahlo, one inspiration, a woman pioneer in so many senses, including in her choice of in what side of the border she choose to live, love and create.
Continue reading Walking With Frida Kahlo at the NY Botanical Garden…in 2015 part I
Ache: “Lavagem da Rua” (Cleansing of the Street) event was part of NY Lincoln Center out of the Doors.
This project, presented in association with the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute, brought to the stage, artists and dancers as Tatau (former lead singer of Araketu), Alexandre Cortes de Barros, a section of “Baianas”, members of the “Afoxe de Filhas de Gandhy”, drummers from Brazil, “Something Positive” from Trinidad, “Legacy Circle” from the Dominican Republic, “Ashe Dance” from Haiti, Amma McKen, and “Grupo Oriefun” from Cuba Sunday.
It happened on August 2, 2015 at 7:00 pm , ouside Lincoln Center, at the Damrosch Park; everybody danced… Continue reading Ache (Axe)! Caribbean American Cultural Tradition at the Lincoln Center