Recordando el Congreso de EH en Latinoamérica: "Las Familias Rotas" por Charlie Cordero

“La Enfermedad de las Familias Rotas”, by Charlie Cordero, was premiered at the 2022 HD Latin American Congress in, Barraquilla, Colombia, as a collaboration between the artist and Factor-H.

Charlie Cordero is a documentary photographer based in Colombia. The recurrent themes in his work are related to human rights, gender ideology, memory and reconciliation, conflicts and land use. With a photographic style that tries to play between the classic documentary and the contemporary photography, between the descriptive and the interpretative, between the direct and the lyrical, between the decisive moment and the interstitial moment.

Some of his works have been published in newspapers and magazines like the New York Times, EL PAIS, Vanity Fair, Courier International, National Geographic, The Guardian, NZZ, The Sun, FIFA1904, El Tiempo, El Espectador… while he kept developing other personal projects. He works as a professor in the program of Social Communication and Journalism at the Universidad del Norte, Universidad Autonoma del Caribe and The Universidad Sergio Arboleda in Barranquilla, Colombia.

“La Enfermedad de las Familias Rotas”, by Charlie Cordero, was premiered at the 2022 HD Latin American Congress in, Barraquilla, Colombia, as a collaboration between the artist and Factor-H.

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