Nuevitas: the colors of its heritage (+ Photos)Publicado: marzo 5, 2021
Written by Paul M. Murray/ American academic and photographer/ Photos: Lázaro David Najarro Pujol
Mar, 2021.- In the traveling photographic exhibition Nuevitas: the colors of its heritage, its author, the journalist and writer Lázaro David Najarro Pujol has woven, in a score of images, a rich tapestry about history, stories and legends. He integrates the history of Camagüey into the warp and spreads it everywhere recreating the landscape and architecture of the region. Some of these snapshots have obtained international recognition.
Threads of the past and the present are intertwined in the history of Santa María del Puerto del Príncipe or what we know today as Camagüey. From the islets of the three Calves in the bay of Nuevitas, to the military architecture of Fort San Hilario, and finally the birth and growth of the new Industrial City, Najarro has given life to the beauty of the landscape and the rich traditions of the region .
It is a selection of the photos from the book Nuevitas: where Puerto del Príncipe was born, a work that the Spanish Academic Editorial, with headquarters in Germany, made available to readers around the world in nine languages: Spanish, English, French, German, Polish, Dutch, Russian, Portuguese and Italian. (https://www.fotorevista.com.ar/Portfolios/21/210228114942/index.php).