documenting cuba

With the passing of Cuban former president and revolutionary leader Fidel Castro, NOOR takes a look back at the great changes of Cuban society, documented over the past 15 years by NOOR photographers Pep Bonet, Andrea Bruce, Yuri Kozyrev, Sebastian Liste,  Kadir van Lohuizen and Jon Lowenstein. 

 

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  • Trinidad, Cuba.
November 1999.
Children playing soccer.
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  • Photograph of the daily life in Cuba
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  • Cuba 50 years after the revolution
  • Cuba 50 years after the revolution
  • Havana, Cuba. 2006
  • Havana, Cuba.
November 1999.
Cuban seamen in the streets of Havana.

the cuban castro years

Pep Bonet

Between 1999 and 2001, Pep Bonet photographs the street and life of Cubans. He…

streets of cuba

Pep Bonet

Through 2006, Cuba undertook many transformations throughout its society, such as the transition of…

cuba, 50 years after the revolution

Kadir van Lohuizen

Cuba has managed to survive the last 50 years despite many hardships such as trade embargos…

young cuba

Sebastian Liste

Cuba and its capital Havana have undergone great cultural changes since the lift of…

preparing for perestroika?

Yuri Kozyrev

Cuba: poor,  beautiful, loud, and above all, full of people who are very proud to…

cuba daily life

Sebastian Liste

For the first time in fifty years the United States and Cuba have restored…

across cuba

Andrea Bruce

Images from across Cuba give a glimpse of the unique character and landscape the…

the cult of san lazaro

Pep Bonet

17 Milagroso San Lazaro (‘el viejo’), also called Babalu Aye, is the most venerated saint…

the cuban solution – solutions

Jon Lowenstein

“The amount and type of energy we consume is a result of two kinds…