David Martín's Stories

 

Condorpaccha

Landscape, Daily Life, Travel

"Through my photography I can speak in a more intricate and profound way than through words." Richard Avedon

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TURURO ROOTS

Because of the great migration of people from the countryside to the city that was in Peru from year 60 hereinafter, customs and experiences of coming generations were changing to the point of forgetting, in many cases, their indigenous past.

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FORGOTTEN

Portrait, Landscape

The human factor within frontier areas as an element for the idealization of country but abandoned to their fate.

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BLACK JUNGLE

Daily Life, Social Issues, Nature & Environment

IN MARCH 2013 THE PERUVIAN GOVERNMENT DECLARED IN ENVIRONMENTAL EMERGENCY TO 27 COMMUNITIES SURROUNDING THE RIVER BASIN PASTAZA (LORETO) FOR SHARED POLLUTION AND GENERATED 40 YEARS AGO BY EXTRACTION ACTIVITY OF LOT 1AB BY COMPANIES OCCIDENTAL PETROLEUM (OXY) AND FROM THE YEAR 2000 BY PLUSPETROL.

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When the night falls (Series Lima I)

Daily Life, Social Issues, Street Photography

Lima the gray, city known for having that characteristic color during almost all the year. The series contrasts the (in) human side with the color and the multiple facets that this city grants its less favored citizens.

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The involution of history (series lima ii)

Landscape, Social Issues, Street Photography

The involution of history...

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