Cuba: Living Under the Shadow Gallery
Fine Art Photography of Cuba – a photo story of human oppression
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This gallery of fine art photos tells a story of life in Cuba. Through artistic expression, Sam Dobrow’s photography tells the story of people living ‘under the shadow’ of an oppressive government. The style of photographs uses shadows and silhouetted figures to portray the oppression people face as citizens of an authoritarian nation; hiding in plain site.
Watch this explosive twenty minute video of Sam Dobrow speaking at Atlanta Celebrates Photography 2020. Sam discusses his trip to Cuba where he photographed a culture crafted from systemic human oppression in Cuba. Sam explains the inspiration for the portfolio, the underlying theme of the collection, and symbols within several of his fine art photographs.
Buy an 11×14 certified collector portfolio containing a selection of eighteen (18) original chromogenic prints from the Cuba gallery. Learn about Collector Portfolios [click here].
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