An intimate and revealing conversation with Rodrigo Moya, one of the most important photographers in Latin America, a man who made his craft a beautiful and perfect statement of humility.
Horacio Coppola is without doubt the master of photography in twentieth century Argentina and the artist who captured, forever, Buenos Aires in the 1930s.
These photographs, taken by a number of photographers, document the period from the Cordobazo (1969) to the trial of the juntas (1985), which was defined by one of the bloodiest and most repressive dictatorships in Argentinaâ€™s history.
In the 1980s, after years of confinement and fear, the nights turned long, noisy, and excessive. The party arrived with the extremes of a long pent-up release.