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Kevin Bubriski was 26 years old when he arrived in New Mexico in 1981. The Massachusetts native had spent three years in Nepal with the Peace Corps and another year working in a mountain village before moving to Santa Fe to study film. But once in the American southwest, he found a burgeoning and vivacious culture and people so far from anything hed ever known, and he spent the next two and a half years of his life documenting their daily lives through his photography. The photographs allow the viewer to encounter this community of three decades ago, quietly look into their eyes, and ideally find a sense of our shared humanity, Bubriski told HuffPost. The specific take away for me from the experience was a deep appreciation for the Hispanic culture and history of New Mexico. Bubriskis subjects often gaze intently into his camera lens, indeed offering a look into their eyes and a brief glimpse into their world, which is accentuated by big hair, bold make-up and all the glamour of the early 80s. He says his photographs are a result of the mutual respect between the person behind the camera and those in front of it. - Carolina Moreno Editor, The Huffington Post
About the Author
Kevin Bubriski is a documentary photographer. His work has been exhibited worldwide and is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the International Center of Photography, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Yale University Art Gallery, the Center for Creative Photography, and the Bibliothèque nationale de France. He worked for nine years in Nepal and is author of several books including Kevin Bubriski: Images of Nepal 1975-2011. He lives in Vermont.