publications

01-03-2018

The Qhapaq Ñan is a high-altitude road network created by the native peoples that stretched over six South American countries. This was the tangible expression of a great political and economic project, the territory known as Tawantisuyo. The goal was the social, political and economic integration of a large part of the Andean territory and the diverse cultures that existed there. This project show the journey along the Argentine stretch of the Qhapaq Ñan. A landscape between every step. In that space a white hole opens up that turns off with the click of the camera. Between every shot the space fills up with life again and creates that eternity that each photo breaks. A hidden voice can be heard that only the musician can interpret. I follow him as he chases after that vibrating sound that comes from the ground; we go up a path of footprints that seem invisible as he vanishes in the clouds. There is silence in the images; I strike the camera against the ground to record the laughter of the old devils who have gathered around me. They laugh at my profession and my poor hearing. Human rhythm and time have disappeared, now it is the slow pulse of the mountain range that guides the spirits along the edge a dry-stone road. I watch with one eye and give my hand to the chaski who came back to help me through the portal. The Indian’s dry, cold skin has no life to it but I can feel it’s friendly. We approach the circle of music; singers in silence listen to that blue-eyed man. It is the end of his vidala, and the last cry lingers on until all his throat is exposed.

Book offset print in Latingráfica in 700; 21x25 cm

Edition by Adriana Lestido and Gabriel Diaz.

Tony Lockett

Sub editora, Retina and Cria Asociación civil. Idea by Sergio Chiappetta, Melisa Camera, Guido Camera et Mariano Gerbino.

stories

In the field of Güemes district, the largest one of the Slum 31, more tan soccer matches are played there. A group (...)

stories

Bolivia has one of the highest maternal and child mortality rate of Latin America. On 2013 (...)

publications

01-01-2017

Revsita Humo, Crisis, Rumbos, Voces en el Fenix, Viva, Altermondes, Diplo, Sudestada, Hecho, Accion, Material Sensible, Lento, Lavaca editora, La Nacion, Alternatives international, Newsweek, Le Monde, Libération, Republica, Courrier international...

photo coverage

" Sensimillia John " is a rap band of Cubatão, a town on the outskirts of the port of Santos located at (...)

stories

Argentina, also known before as the granary of the world, suffers from hunger. Since it started specializing in the production of soy (...)

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1. The only existing picture of Antonio Vicente Mendes Maciel was taken after his death, on 1897, and in it, he appears (...)

events

We would like to share with you some moments of the opening day of our exhibition "Gilda, the miraculous", on July 20th 2013, at the ArtexArte Gallery, Buenos Aires. Thanks to all the people who came by. And for those who couldn't make it, you still have time until August 23rd to visit it !

events

June 20 to august 23, 2013

New exhibition from Sub [cooperativa de fotógrafos] : Gilda, la milagrosa (curator : Victoria Verlichak).

Inauguration saturday 20 of july at 1:00 pm / Galería ArtexArte (Lavalleja 1062, Buenos Aires).

events

12 de Abril de 2013

The feature "Behind closed gates" was chosen for second prize Nuestra Mirada to the Middle Class, within Latin America POY 2013.

photo coverage

It's the middle of the night and Miguel Angel wakes up startled. It's odd: he went to bed quite late and, as (...)

photo coverage

The Gauchito Gil, is a legendary character of Argentina's popular culture, known as 'el gaucho milagroso' (the miraculous gaucho). His (...)

photo coverage

There is always something arbitrary about an edition. This is ours, whimsical, meaningful. Are these the best photos? The more (...)

events

14 of december 2012

The pictures of evictions in Madrid by Olmo Calvo won the XVI Edition of the International Prize of Humanitarian Photography Luis Valtueña

stories

In Argentina, living in a ‘country’ (gated community) gives you the power to control almost all of your environment : the size (...)

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From 8 to 17 Octobre 2012

Sub will be presenting in the fifth biennial of photography the exhibition «Eat» in the Centro Cultural Eugenio F. Virla – UNT, the wednesday the 10 of October at 20. In Street 25 de Mayo 265, City of Tucuman, Argentina.

stories

An intimate gesture, trivial and necessary. A daily social ritual, pleasant and agreeable. A celebration that builds, represents and establishes (...)

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september 3 to 9 / slideshow on monday the 3rd

From september 3 to Sept. 9 Sub will be in the Perpignan (France) for the International Festival of Photojournalism Visa pour l'Image. On Monday the 3rd our work «Huis Clos» will be presented.

stories

Miriam Bianchi, who was born October 11th., 1961, in Ceibas, Entre Ríos Province, seemed to be devoted to children, as she was (...)

events

july 28 at 8pm

Meeting at the recovered manufactures of Chilavert, Buenos Aires. Pictures.