‘. . . the book also features new photographic documentation captured by Silvia Ros, a Cuban American photographer with a master’s degree in architecture. Her sun-soaked images are both accurate records and aesthetic feats that capture surviving structures in the varying states in which they still exist.’
Seven years ago today we celebrated in DC at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History. 86 of my photos from my LGBTQ documentation project live there permanently. It's my proudest achievement to have been collected by America's curator. Happy World Photography Day!
Six years ago this week we started a journey that ended with this book. It was truly a wonderful labor of love. Thanks to the Knight Foundation and Oolite Arts for your support. If you haven’t picked up a copy yet, please do. Link to purchase at Amazon in bio, but if you are inclined please order from your local book store. See more at CubaModern.com