FRANCISCO MATA ROSAS
Francisco Mata Rosas (1958, Mexico City/Mexico) received a degree in photo-journalism early on in his career in photography. Since then his photography has been published in various works including some that are well known here, like The New York Times and the Los Angeles Times. His photography has also been published in other foreign countries as well like in the magazine El Pasiente from Spain and Photography in London. Further his work has also been exhibited all over the world in many different countries. A unique quality of Francisco Mata Rosas is that he enjoys working with Black and White photography and when taking photos at times he focuses patterns. In many of his photos he captures the essence of Mexican pride and the roots of Mexican heritage that help keep them alive for the ever changing generations to come.
Havana is with unique aspects. From the colonial structures erected to serve as monuments to the Roman Catholic Church and Spanish Empire to the swinging Art Deco architecture of the decadent and corrupt Batista era to the austere buildings of the less than ideal communist period, the city is a story in of itself. Rosas’ photography doesn’t focus on the architecture of Havana however, but the people.
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