On Friday, May 26, the photography exhibition of the 18-years old, North American artist Hobbes Ginsberg, who is living in Nicaragua, was opened.
He presented us a series of black and white photographs, with rural as well as urban scenes from Europe and Nicaragua.
Hobbes explained us that his photos were taken in a spontaneous, unpredicted way, “in order to capture the persons´ natural expression.”
“Those are not profound photos, but rather pictures of the ordinary, simple views of the daily life.”
The exhibition was a full success and was visited by a lot of people during the 2 weeks.
Photos and text: Waleska R. Cisne
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