Artist: HÉCTOR GUERRERO
Curator: LUIS VARGAS
These are four visual stories that reflect on one of the most significant aspects of the confinement that we experience as a result of the SARS-Cov-2 virus pandemic: the condition of "vulnerability".
Based on archival images generated by renowned visual artists, some curators from the Institute and MUAC will make a selection that will make visible other realities in which vulnerability.
Third place in the news category in POYLATM
Story about of Mexico City published in the Spanish magazine El País Semanal with texts of the Argentine writer Martín Caparrós
Hector Guerrero’s project, “Days of Absence,” is on view at the LUMIX Festival for Young Photojournalism in Hanover, Germany, through June 24.
This month was my incursion to the prestigious agency VII under the mentor program
Alumni from excellent Eddie Adams Workshop XXX Class
Iinterview with Wired magazine about my project the smoke route, volcanoes in mexico.
Interview with the PH Museum about my project the Volcanoes
Special in the Spanish newspaper El Pais, on the town of Temacapulin, a town to which they want to disappear by the construction of a dam.
Article published today in the lens blog of NYT about my project of volcano land with an edition and text of David Gonzalez and production of Anjelica Bartkowaiak.
Glad to announce that we are part of " Descubrimientos"of Photo España 2017, with my project Travel Log.
Interview for the television program Megafono TV
Publication in LAT Photo magazine with the edition by Hydra collective photography
Publication in the BEX Autores Argentinian magazine
Publication in the Píe Izquierdo magazine
Campaign for Freedom Expression
Documentary about Mexican photojournalists.
Aim and shoot' focuses on the personal experiences of mexican photojournalists from Jalisco, Michoacán and Juarez, Chihuahua. In one of the most dangerous countries for journalists, the warriors of the lens go out every day to get "the shot". From the point of view of veterans and rookie photographers of the contemporary Mexico, 'Aim and shoot" shows us the struggle of a profession that is being outdated by digital media and crushed by low incomes. In a time where anyone can take a picture; what drives a photographer to keep his Job?
Publication in the French Magazine L´OBS about pollution in Mexico City.