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Rodrigo Moya: Photography and Conscience / Fotografía y conciencia.

Join us as we celebrate the exhibition based on the newest volume in the Wittliff Collections’ photography series with the University of Texas Press. The program will feature a dialogue with Wittliff Director David Coleman and prominent documentary photographer Rodrigo Moya with Susan Flaherty. Moya covered the convulsive period that shook Latin America during the 1950s and 1960s, and broadened to encompass the land, traditions, and people of Latin America and Mexico. The companion book is the first bilingual retrospective of Moya’s career, and presents over one hundred images from the Wittliff’s significant archive of Moya’s work. RSVP to [email protected]

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