Paper over Board
108 pages; 55 Color Photographs
8.5 x 9 inches
$45 US; $65.50 CAN
Photographs by Hilary Duffy
Contributions by Jon Lee Anderson
Over the course of twenty years photographing the people and landscapes of Cuba, Hilary Duffy has found a vibrant community proving its ingenuity in the face of material scarcity. This book highlights a pivotal time of change in Cuba as it is challenged to uphold its social values and unique identity. Along with candid photographs of day-to-day life, formal portraits in the book are accompanied by transcribed interviews with Cubans sharing their hopes, dreams, and aspirations à la Humans of New York.
Hilary Duffy is an internationally renowned photographer and educator who has worked on assignments and social programs in the United States, Asia, Latin America, and the Caribbean.
Jon Lee Anderson is a staff writer for the New Yorker, reporting globally from Afghanistan, Iraq, Uganda, Israel, El Salvador, Cuba, and more.