This catalog was printed for the exhibition of his work at the Isaac Fernandez Blanco Museum of Hispano-American Art. Martín Chambi was the first photographer of indigenous origin who portrayed his own people, revealing the magic universe and daily life of the Andean people with a high technical quality, masterly handling of light, and an original eye. At the same time, he was a photojournalist, documenter of native culture, a portrait photographer of Cuzco high society, and the master of a whole generation of photographers.
His photographic archive, preserved in Cuzco, contains over 30,000 negatives on glass plates and other formats.
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Victor Mendivil y el gigante de Paruro
Vista Parcial de Machu Picchu 1941
Autorretrato en el Wayna Picchu 1943
Campesinos tomando chicha en la comunidad de Chocco 1927
Ezequiel Arce y su cosecha de papas 1934
Juicio oral 1929
Maria Luisa de La Rotte Romainville y su automovil
Mujer de Keromarca con niño