Sunday, March 28, 2010

Gerardo captures the daily experience of the people in Talamanca which includes the Indigenous KekoLdi reserve, the larger towns of Bribri, Hone Creek, Puerto Viejo, and the city of Limon. The images are familiar, the working people, the animals, the utensils used in daily life, and more but he adds his own artistic vision. He and his young family live simply in a small house behind his workshop. They are surrounded by beautiful plants and animals although situated on a main highway.
Here is an image of a man carrying plaintains.

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