In the mid-1980s, Lorry Salcedo Mitrani centered his photo work in the life in El Carmen district, in Chincha, Ica. His artistic production can be interpreted both as a documentary record or as an approach to community members, which was initially focused on Ballumbrosio family. In addition to their historical and aesthetic value, images of El Carmen between 1985 and 1996 are an exploration of daily life, routine, work, celebrations and music.
Photographer and filmmaker. His research and registration topics are linked to the history of Peruvian culture, its myths and legends, erotic and death, desire and religiosity. His series on the Afro-descendant communities of Peru and Brazil are notable; they are a testimony of life diversity and celebration. His work is held in collections in Peru and universities in the United States, France and England, the Brooklyn Museum of Art, Museum of African American Life and Culture, the Library of Congress of the United States and the National Library of France..
LORRY SALCEDO'S ARTISTIC
Lorry Salcedo. Photographer and filmmaker