CAMAGÜEY.- There are original snapshots of the North Pole that with the company of his author, the North American photographer Paul Murray, make of the exhibition Extreme Latitudes, an unprecedented event in this city.

From today and for one month in the gallery Larios, there will be able to be appreciated 15 photos of a traveler who observes the Arctic, the Antarctic Ocean and Iceland, and reflects about the survival with limited resources.

“The most important human latitude today is in that the man is capable of interacting in a correct way with the geography and the different cultures”, said Murray to Adelante Digital.

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He has traveled to Cuba in seven occasions, and this personal exhibition is due to the invitation of the Provincial Council of the Plastic Arts of Camagüey, through the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples.

“Cuba is the place where I find the biggest human heat”, he assured this Friday on having finished his exchange with students and teachers of the branch of the University of the Arts ISA, whom he told of the fortunes and the risks behind these images.

Extreme Latitudes will come to Santiago de Cuba and Holguín, after its stay in the gallery Larios, which it has brought over to poetic arts of different American photographers, now with Paul Murray, and in last November with experimental Thomas Ferrella.

 

Translated by Linet Acuña Quilez