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Mario Algaze Photography

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Mario Algaze is a contemporary Cuban-American photographer whose work articulates the counterculture of Latin America, the Caribbean and Cuba. In 1960, at only 13 years old, Algaze was exiled from Cuba. He relocated to America and settled in Miami, Florida. Miami offered a rich cultural mecca that encouraged Algaze to travel throughout Central and South America. These trips allowed him a glimpse of belonging within a familiar culture. In finding his identity after exile, he began photographing Latin America in the 1970s while reconnecting with the feeling of home. His photographs embody the everyday of Latin life. Between his travels in the late 1970s, Algaze studied visual art at Miami Dade College. Algaze’s masterful command of light illuminates his street scenes that detail the struggles and victories of Latin culture. The vision Algaze has made him an award-winning photographer — in 1985, he was the recipient of the Individual Florida Artist Fellowship and in 1989 received the Cintas Foundation Fellowship in Visual Arts. A retrospective collection of his work from 1974–2008 is showcased in his book A Respect for Light: The Latin American Photographs. The book is a window into the discovery and growth of Latin culture. Algaze's documentary work is highly sought after by institutions and collectors worldwide. Permanent collections of his work can be found at every corner of the world, including the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, Museo Tamayo in Mexico City, the Santa Barbara Museum of Art in California, Duke University in North Carolina, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and DePaul University in Chicago.

(Biography provided by PDNB Gallery)

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Artist: Mario Algaze
Shoeshine, Mexico D.F. by Mario Algaze, 1974, Silver Gelatin Print, Photography
By Mario Algaze
Located in Dallas, TX
20 x 16 inches. Gelatin Silver Print. Signed, dated and titled in pencil on verso.
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1970s Contemporary Mario Algaze Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

Ninos Limpiabotas, Quito, Ecuador
By Mario Algaze
Located in Dallas, TX
Gelatin Silver Print 14 x 11 in. Mario Algaze is a contemporary Cuban-American photographer whose work celebrates the culture of Latin America. In 1960, at the age of thirteen, Alg...
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1980s Contemporary Mario Algaze Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Iglesia San Isidro de Barbacoas, Costa Rica
By Mario Algaze
Located in Dallas, TX
Signed, titled and dated by Mario Algaze Paper size: 16 x 20 in., Image size: 8 3/4 x 18 3/4 in. Mario Algaze was a contemporary Cuban-American photographer whose work celebrated the culture of Latin America. In 1960, at the age of thirteen, Algaze was exiled from Cuba with his family. He relocated to America and settled in Miami, Florida. Miami offered a rich cultural mecca that encouraged Algaze to travel throughout Central and South America. These trips allowed him a glimpse of belonging within a familiar culture. In finding his identity after exile, he began photographing Latin America in the 1970’s while reconnecting with the feeling of home. His photographs embody the everyday of Latin life. Between his travels in the late 70’s, Algaze studied visual art at Miami Dade College. Algaze’s masterful command of light illuminates his street scenes that detail the struggles and victories of Latin culture. Mario Algaze was the recipient of various acclaimed awards, including the Florida Artist Fellowship from the Florida Arts Council (1985), the Cintas Foundation Fellowship in Photography (1991), the Visual Arts Fellowship and the SAF Artist Fellowship sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts. In 1992, he received the National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Photography. A retrospective collection of his work was showcased in the important monograph, Mario Algaze: Portfolio, published by Di Puglia Publisher, 2010. Additional monographs by the artist include, Mario Algaze Portafolio Latinamericano, Mario Algaze: Cuba 1999-2000, and Mario Algaze A Respect for Light: The Latin American...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Mario Algaze Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Sendero Iluminado, Cuzco, Peru
By Mario Algaze
Located in Dallas, TX
Edition of 15 Signed, titled, dated, print date, numbered, and print type by Mario Algaze Selenium toned gelatin silver print, 16 x 12 in. Mario Algaze was a contemporary Cuban-American photographer whose work celebrated the culture of Latin America. In 1960, at the age of thirteen, Algaze was exiled from Cuba with his family. He relocated to America and settled in Miami, Florida. Miami offered a rich cultural mecca that encouraged Algaze to travel throughout Central and South America. These trips allowed him a glimpse of belonging within a familiar culture. In finding his identity after exile, he began photographing Latin America in the 1970’s while reconnecting with the feeling of home. His photographs embody the everyday of Latin life. Between his travels in the late 70’s, Algaze studied visual art at Miami Dade College. Algaze’s masterful command of light illuminates his street scenes that detail the struggles and victories of Latin culture. Mario Algaze was the recipient of various acclaimed awards, including the Florida Artist Fellowship from the Florida Arts Council (1985), the Cintas Foundation Fellowship in Photography (1991), the Visual Arts Fellowship and the SAF Artist Fellowship sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts. In 1992, he received the National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Photography. A retrospective collection of his work was showcased in the important monograph, Mario Algaze: Portfolio, published by Di Puglia Publisher, 2010. Additional monographs by the artist include, Mario Algaze Portafolio Latinamericano, Mario Algaze: Cuba 1999-2000, and Mario Algaze A Respect for Light: The Latin American Photographs...
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Early 2000s Contemporary Mario Algaze Photography

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Silver Gelatin

La Catedral Primada de Santa Fe de Bogota, Colombia
By Mario Algaze
Located in Dallas, TX
La Catedral Primada de Santa Fe de Bogota, Colombia, 2005 Gelatin silver print 20 x 16 in. Signed, titled, dated and print date in pencil on print verso by Mario Algaze. Mario Algaze was a contemporary Cuban-American photographer whose work celebrated the culture of Latin America. In 1960, at the age of thirteen, Algaze was exiled from Cuba with his family. He relocated to America and settled in Miami, Florida. Miami offered a rich cultural mecca that encouraged Algaze to travel throughout Central and South America. These trips allowed him a glimpse of belonging within a familiar culture. In finding his identity after exile, he began photographing Latin America in the 1970’s while reconnecting with the feeling of home. His photographs embody the everyday of Latin life. Between his travels in the late 70’s, Algaze studied visual art at Miami Dade College. Algaze’s masterful command of light illuminates his street scenes that detail the struggles and victories of Latin culture. Mario Algaze was the recipient of various acclaimed awards, including the Florida Artist Fellowship from the Florida Arts Council (1985), the Cintas Foundation Fellowship in Photography (1991), the Visual Arts Fellowship and the SAF Artist Fellowship sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts. In 1992, he received the National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Photography. A retrospective collection of his work was showcased in the important monograph, Mario Algaze: Portfolio, published by Di Puglia Publisher, 2010. Additional monographs by the artist include, Mario Algaze Portafolio Latinamericano, Mario Algaze: Cuba 1999-2000, and Mario Algaze A Respect for Light: The Latin American Photographs...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Mario Algaze Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

Cadetes, Bogotá, Colombia
By Mario Algaze
Located in Dallas, TX
Gelatin silver print, 20 x 16 in. Signed, titled, and dated by Mario Algaze Mario Algaze was a contemporary Cuban-American photographer whose work celebrated the culture of Latin America. In 1960, at the age of thirteen, Algaze was exiled from Cuba with his family. He relocated to America and settled in Miami, Florida. Miami offered a rich cultural mecca that encouraged Algaze to travel throughout Central and South America. These trips allowed him a glimpse of belonging within a familiar culture. In finding his identity after exile, he began photographing Latin America in the 1970’s while reconnecting with the feeling of home. His photographs embody the everyday of Latin life. Between his travels in the late 70’s, Algaze studied visual art at Miami Dade College. Algaze’s masterful command of light illuminates his street scenes that detail the struggles and victories of Latin culture. Mario Algaze was the recipient of various acclaimed awards, including the Florida Artist Fellowship from the Florida Arts Council (1985), the Cintas Foundation Fellowship in Photography (1991), the Visual Arts Fellowship and the SAF Artist Fellowship sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts. In 1992, he received the National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Photography. A retrospective collection of his work was showcased in the important monograph, Mario Algaze: Portfolio, published by Di Puglia Publisher, 2010. Additional monographs by the artist include, Mario Algaze Portafolio Latinamericano, Mario Algaze: Cuba 1999-2000, and Mario Algaze A Respect for Light: The Latin American Photographs...
Category

Early 2000s Contemporary Mario Algaze Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

Smoke, Madrid, Spain
By Mario Algaze
Located in Dallas, TX
Signed, titled, dated, and print date in pencil on verso by Mario Algaze Gelatin silver print, 16 x 20 in. Mario Algaze was a contemporary Cuban-American photographer whose work celebrated the culture of Latin America. In 1960, at the age of thirteen, Algaze was exiled from Cuba with his family. He relocated to America and settled in Miami, Florida. Miami offered a rich cultural mecca that encouraged Algaze to travel throughout Central and South America. These trips allowed him a glimpse of belonging within a familiar culture. In finding his identity after exile, he began photographing Latin America in the 1970’s while reconnecting with the feeling of home. His photographs embody the everyday of Latin life. Between his travels in the late 70’s, Algaze studied visual art at Miami Dade College. Algaze’s masterful command of light illuminates his street scenes that detail the struggles and victories of Latin culture. Mario Algaze was the recipient of various acclaimed awards, including the Florida Artist Fellowship from the Florida Arts Council (1985), the Cintas Foundation Fellowship in Photography (1991), the Visual Arts Fellowship and the SAF Artist Fellowship sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts. In 1992, he received the National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Photography. A retrospective collection of his work was showcased in the important monograph, Mario Algaze: Portfolio, published by Di Puglia Publisher, 2010. Additional monographs by the artist include, Mario Algaze Portafolio Latinamericano, Mario Algaze: Cuba 1999-2000, and Mario Algaze A Respect for Light: The Latin American...
Category

1980s Contemporary Mario Algaze Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

Encuentro, Cuzco, Peru
By Mario Algaze
Located in Dallas, TX
No Edition Signed, titled, dated and print date by Mario Algaze Selenium toned gelatin silver print 20 x 16 in. Mario Algaze is a contemporary Cuban-American photographer whose work articulates the counter-culture of Latin America, the Caribbean and Cuba. In 1960, at only thirteen years old, Algaze was exiled from Cuba. He relocated to America and settled in Miami, Florida. Miami offered a rich cultural mecca that encouraged Algaze to travel throughout Central and South America. These trips allowed him a glimpse of belonging within a familiar culture. In finding his identity after exile, he began photographing Latin America in the 1970’s while reconnecting with the feeling of home. His photographs embody the everyday of Latin life. Between his travels in the late 70’s, Algaze studied visual art at Miami Dade College. Algaze’s masterful command of light illuminates his street scenes that detail the struggles and victories of Latin culture. The vision Algaze has made him an award-winning photographer and in 1985 was the recipient of the Individual Florida Artist Fellowship and in 1989, received the Cintas Foundation Fellowship in Visual Arts. A retrospective collection of his work from 1974-2008 is showcased in his book A Respect for Light: The Latin American Photographs...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Mario Algaze Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

Cantina, Lima, Peru
By Mario Algaze
Located in Dallas, TX
No Edition Selenium toned print Signed, titled and dated in pencil on verso by Mario Algaze Printed 1996 Paper size: 14 x 11 in. Image size: 9 1/2 x 9 1/2 in. Mario Algaze is a contemporary Cuban-American photographer whose work articulates the counter-culture of Latin America, the Caribbean and Cuba. In 1960, at only thirteen years old, Algaze was exiled from Cuba. He relocated to America and settled in Miami, Florida. Miami offered a rich cultural mecca that encouraged Algaze to travel throughout Central and South America. These trips allowed him a glimpse of belonging within a familiar culture. In finding his identity after exile, he began photographing Latin America in the 1970’s while reconnecting with the feeling of home. His photographs embody the everyday of Latin life. Between his travels in the late 70’s, Algaze studied visual art at Miami Dade College. Algaze’s masterful command of light illuminates his street scenes that detail the struggles and victories of Latin culture. The vision Algaze has made him an award-winning photographer and in 1985 was the recipient of the Individual Florida Artist Fellowship and in 1989, received the Cintas Foundation Fellowship in Visual Arts. A retrospective collection of his work from 1974-2008 is showcased in his book A Respect for Light: The Latin American...
Category

1980s Contemporary Mario Algaze Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

El beso, San Jose, Costa Rica by Mario Algaze, 2005, Silver Gelatin Print
By Mario Algaze
Located in Dallas, TX
El beso, San Jose, Costa Rica by Mario Algaze depicts a couple kissing on the street. The man and woman embrace each other tightly, framed by the decorative bricks of the building wall. Gelatin Silver Print Signed, titled and dated by Mario Algaze Paper size: 16 x 20 in., Image size: 8 3/4 x 18 3/4 in. Mario Algaze was a contemporary Cuban-American photographer whose work celebrated the culture of Latin America. In 1960, at the age of thirteen, Algaze was exiled from Cuba with his family. He relocated to America and settled in Miami, Florida. Miami offered a rich cultural mecca that encouraged Algaze to travel throughout Central and South America. These trips allowed him a glimpse of belonging within a familiar culture. In finding his identity after exile, he began photographing Latin America in the 1970’s while reconnecting with the feeling of home. His photographs embody the everyday of Latin life. Between his travels in the late 70’s, Algaze studied visual art at Miami Dade College. Algaze’s masterful command of light illuminates his street scenes that detail the struggles and victories of Latin culture. Mario Algaze was the recipient of various acclaimed awards, including the Florida Artist Fellowship from the Florida Arts Council (1985), the Cintas Foundation Fellowship in Photography (1991), the Visual Arts Fellowship and the SAF Artist Fellowship sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts. In 1992, he received the National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Photography. A retrospective collection of his work was showcased in the important monograph, Mario Algaze: Portfolio, published by Di Puglia Publisher, 2010. Additional monographs by the artist include, Mario Algaze Portafolio Latinamericano, Mario Algaze: Cuba 1999-2000, and Mario Algaze A Respect for Light: The Latin American...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Mario Algaze Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Rope, Otavalo, Ecuador
By Mario Algaze
Located in Dallas, TX
Signed, titled and dated by Mario Algaze Gelatin silver print, 20 x 16 in. Mario Algaze was a contemporary Cuban-American photographer whose work celebrated the culture of Latin Ame...
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1980s Contemporary Mario Algaze Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

Los aretes que le faltan a la Luna...
By Mario Algaze
Located in Dallas, TX
Signed, titled and dated by Mario Algaze Gelatin silver print, 11 x 14 in. Mario Algaze was a contemporary Cuban-American photographer whose work celebrated the culture of Latin Ame...
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20th Century Contemporary Mario Algaze Photography

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Silver Gelatin

La Sombra del Ciclista, Bogota, Colombia
By Mario Algaze
Located in Dallas, TX
Gelatin silver print Paper size: 20 x 16 in., Image size: 15 x 15 in. Signed, titled, dated, and print date by Mario Algaze Mario Algaze is a contemporary Cuban-American photographer whose work articulates the counter-culture of Latin America, the Caribbean and Cuba. In 1960, at only thirteen years old, Algaze was exiled from Cuba. He relocated to America and settled in Miami, Florida. Miami offered a rich cultural mecca that encouraged Algaze to travel throughout Central and South America. These trips allowed him a glimpse of belonging within a familiar culture. In finding his identity after exile, he began photographing Latin America in the 1970’s while reconnecting with the feeling of home. His photographs embody the everyday of Latin life. Between his travels in the late 70’s, Algaze studied visual art at Miami Dade College. Algaze’s masterful command of light illuminates his street scenes that detail the struggles and victories of Latin culture. The vision Algaze has made him an award-winning photographer and in 1985 was the recipient of the Individual Florida Artist Fellowship and in 1989, received the Cintas Foundation Fellowship in Visual Arts. A retrospective collection of his work from 1974-2008 is showcased in his book A Respect for Light: The Latin American Photographs...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Mario Algaze Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

Mira quien viene, Santiago de Cuba
By Mario Algaze
Located in Dallas, TX
Signed, titled, and dated. Mario Algaze is a contemporary Cuban-American photographer whose work articulates the counter-culture of Latin America, the Caribbean and Cuba. In 1960, ...
Category

20th Century Contemporary Mario Algaze Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Bodegon de la Candelaria, Catagena, Col.
By Mario Algaze
Located in Dallas, TX
Signed, titled, and dated. Mario Algaze is a contemporary Cuban-American photographer whose work articulates the counter-culture of Latin America, the Caribbean and Cuba. In 1960, ...
Category

1980s Contemporary Mario Algaze Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Machu Picchu, Peru
By Mario Algaze
Located in New York, NY
2002 Gelatin silver print 14 x 11 in. Signed in pencil on verso
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Early 2000s Mario Algaze Photography

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Silver Gelatin

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