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  Venezuela: En Altos del Milagro Norte la solidaridad tiene nombre de mujer - Photos by Gustavo Bauer/LATINPHOTO.org  see pictures Maira Carolina tiene 400 guerreritos en la buena obra. En cada jornada de alimentación se desata la alegría entre los niños y niñas de los sectores Altos de Jalisco, Puntica de Piedra, La Antena, Los Pescadores y Reyes Magos Cuenta la leyenda que Jesús le dijo a sus discípulos: “Hermanos, el futuro no existe”; sabiendo Él, la paliza que le vendría al término de su ministerio. Sí, el nazareno lo sabía, pero los humanos no estamos al corriente de lo que nos espera a la vuelta de la esquina. Vivimos en el aquí y en el ahora; y en el caso de Maira Carolina Leal Parra, gracias al nacido en Belén, el presente es una inversión de solidaridad y afecto que apuesta con firmeza inquebrantable por un prójimo inocente, que no supera la adolescencia... - ask for price or send an offer


Argentina : Argentine architect Francisco Salamone - Photos by Leandro Ibañez/LATINPHOTO.org  see pictures Francisco Salamone (June 5, 1897 – August 8, 1959) was an Argentine architect of Italian descent who, between 1936 and 1940, during the Infamous Decade, built more than 60 municipal buildings with elements of Art Deco style in 25 rural communities on the Argentine Pampas within the Buenos Aires Province. These buildings were some of the first examples of modern architecture in rural Argentina - ask for price or send an offer


Colombia : Venezuelans transform devalued banknotes into works of art - Photos by Daniel Andrés Garzón Herazo  see pictures In Colombia, a pair of Venezuelan artists paint portraits of iconic characters on Bolivar banknotes to revalue their country’s beleaguered currency - making its worth, usually hammered by hyperinflation, jump higher than the US dollar. Report available with text in Spanish, English and German - ask for price or send an offer


Venezuela : Between the rebellion and the dream - Text by Juan Alfonso Ruiz - Photos by Ronnie Palleiro  see pictures  Far from the great political battles for control of oil and a confused and sectarian media scenario that fragments public opinion on a planetary scale in an ambiguous discourse of the left and right; another more atrocious, dramatic and testimonial reality is hidden in the streets of Venezuela. Text available in Spanish, English, French and German - ask for price or send an offer



México : Our Lady of Holy Death - Text by Alessio Coghe - Photos by Gerardo Flores  see pictures Santa Muerte, is a female deity or folk saint in Mexican and Mexican-American folk Catholicism. A personification of death, she is associated with healing, protection, and safe delivery to the afterlife by her devotees. Despite condemnation by leaders of the Catholic Church, her religion has become increasingly prominent since the turn of the 21st century.  Text available in Spanish, English and German - ask for price or send an offer


Nicaragua: A country in turmoil - Photos by Oscar Navarrete  see pictures  After the announcement of pension cuts, hundreds of thousands are taking to the streets since April 2018 to demonstrate against the government of Daniel Ortega. LP photographer Oscar Navarrete documented the rallies and portrayed mothers and relatives of the victims killed by police, the military or paramilitary forces during the riots. Text available in Spanish, English and German - ask for price or send an offer