Latin American photography at Michael Hoppen Gallery - VocesGarage Mag, Round Up November 2, 2015
VOCES (Voices) presents some of the most influential and recognised Latin American photographers alongside emerging artists who have used the photographic medium as a way of individual expression over the last four decades. The works on display are a form of photojournalism, documenting the photographers daily lives, experiences and identities within a socio-political context.
The exhibition runs until the 9th January 2015 at the Michael Hoppen Gallery and displays an incredibly vibrant and engaging insight into life in Latin America over the last 35 years.
Voces: Latin American Photography 1980-2015, Michael Hoppen Gallery, London — reviewFrancis Hodgson, Financial Times October 15, 2015
Michael Hoppen has filled his gallery in London’s Chelsea with a small but ambitious exhibition of Latin American photography. There’s only so much a private gallerist can do. Compared, for example, with the sprawling overview of the Cartier Foundation’s major survey show in Paris a couple of years ago, Hoppen can only scratch the surface.
Record and trace: 'Voces: Latin American Photography' at Michael Hoppen galleryNick Compton, Wallpaper* October 13, 2015
'Voces: Latin American Photography 1980–2015', a new photographic survey at London’s Michael Hoppen gallery, is clearly ambitious in scope. Works here, assembled by Chilean curator Chantal Fabres, are by seven artists from Argentina, Chile, Mexico and Brazil. It is a vast area to cover in time and space.
Transvestites, tapas and twisted statues: a whistlestop tour of south America – Voces: in picturesThe Guardian, Art & Design October 12, 2015
A new show chronicles the artists, activist and pranksters who have shaped an entire continent.
CollectingFinancial Times, Weekend October 10, 2015
"Over the next few weeks photography is set to make a strong showing. "
Studying Latin - VocesSteve Dineen, City AM October 8, 2015
A new exhibition at Michael Hoppen Gallery shows the diversity of Latin American photo-art.
Interview with Chantal Fabres, Voces: Latin American Photography, Michael HoppenAesthetica Magazine October 8, 2015
London, addresses the wealth of individual expression in Latin American photography with Voces: Latin American Photography 1980-2015. The featured artists challenge the popular acceptance of what has been codified as photography, proposing a search for new meanings informed by their cultural identity. We interview curator Chantal Fabres.
Looking for Latin AmericaMaisie Skidmore, AnOther Magazine September 29, 2015
An exhilarating new exhibition considers the elusory Latin American identity through a diverse collection of artists and photographers
How do you put together an exhibition about Latin American photography – a region of the world so diverse and fragmentary that even the label itself presents a dilemma on translation? This was the task that the Michael Hoppen Gallery undertook when it set about curating its newest exhibition, VOCES: Latin American Photography 1980-2015...