Orders on the website are suspended until: 08/09/2024


The main characters in his photographs are the weak, the disowned and all of those who struggle on a daily basis to survive. This book brings together images of workers breaking up boats, abandoned refugees, amateur boxers, garbage collectors in dumps and members of armed gangs among other subjects. Since 2006 Javier Arcenillas has been working on an essay about violence in Central America. His photographs document pain, desperation, impotence and fear. His first works to gain recognition were Sicarios ("Hitmen") and Nota roja ("Red note"), both installments of his trilogy about death in El Salvador, Mexico, Honduras and Guatemala, followed by Latidoame rica, its final part, the focus of which shifts to the tales of the victims of the indiscriminate violence prevalent in Honduran society. A number of these photographs have appeared in these countries' newspapers. The group of photographs included in this book goes a long way to define Arcenillas's work: striking images with a precise narrative discourse stir powerful emotions in the viewer.Shooting in black and white, making use of the close-up to introduce his scenes and playing with only partially focused subjects he arrives at his individual and feisty vision.

Categories : Arts et spectacles > Arts de l'image > Photographie > Biographies / Monographies

  • Authors

    Javier Arcenillas

  • Publisher

    La Fabrica

  • Distributeur


  • Publication date


  • Collection


  • EAN


  • Availablity

    to be republished

  • Nombre de pages

    96 Pages

  • Height

    18 cm

  • Width

    13 cm

  • Thickness

    0.5 cm

  • Poids

    190 g

  • Support principal


Infos supplémentaires : Broché