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Lens Culture / FEATURE Zurumbático

Lens Culture / FEATURE Zurumbático

By Jim Casper- Taking his cues from the magic realism of Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s most famous novel, One Hundred Years of Solitude, Venezuelan photographer Luis Cobelo captures photos of real people and places in South America to create his own mythical mindset,...
YET Magazine / Recovering a lost word

YET Magazine / Recovering a lost word

Veronica Sanchis (VS): How long ago did you begin your project Zurumbático?  Luis Cobelo (LC): 10 years ago I was in Aracataca, the place where the Colombian writer Gabriel García Márquez was born, doing a story focused on the women of the book “One Hundred...
Lens Culture / Photobooks 2017 – 5 personal favorites

Lens Culture / Photobooks 2017 – 5 personal favorites

What photobooks stood out to fellow photographers, book publishers and editors over the past year? We’ve gathered a diverse, eclectic list of 25 “personal favorites” from 2017—filled with inspiration and discovery for the new year! On the top floor of Paris’ Picasso...
MUSEEMAGAZINE / Zurumbático Book Review

MUSEEMAGAZINE / Zurumbático Book Review

Luis Cobelo’s Zurumbático is more than a word; it is an entire mind-set. Zurumbático is an exhibit, a book, a film and even a gif. This project was inspired by the photographer’s ardent admiration of the novel One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez,...
Fish Eye Magazine / To Macondo with Luis Cobelo

Fish Eye Magazine / To Macondo with Luis Cobelo

Yellow butterflies, the insomnia plague, gipsy ice sellers. Gabriel Garcia Marquez’ Macondo is a place of poetic imagery. For the 50th anniversary of the writer’s masterpiece, One Hundred Years of Solitude, Venezuelan photographer Luis Cobelo recreates chapters of the...