Phelim Hoey, Timo Peeters and daily life in Quito between photography and criminology
In the book ‘City built by fear: Portraits of everyday life in Quito’, criminologist Timo Peeters and photographer Phelim Hoey paint an intimate portrait of everyday life in a marginalized neighborhood and a wealthy gated community in Quito, Ecuador.
Juan Brenner immortalizes the time, the flowers and the air of Guatemala
The original planning for Guatemala City in the 1700s didn’t envision an exponential growth, the main part of the original city is enclaved in a very small valley, called “Valley of the Virgin”, and one of Guatemala City’s most distinctive geographic traits
Emma Sandström raises the issue of fear of the unknown
The objects created are entangled with both historical and personal meanings, not always fully articulated to the viewer.