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The cover of Andrew Moore: Cuba, distributed by ARTBOOK | D.A.P. for Damiani. Moore
CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 9/21/2012

Andrew Moore: Cuba

Where is Cuba Going? Find out this weekend in The New York Times Magazine, whose cover story, by John Jeremiah Sullivan, is richly illustrated with photographs by Andrew Moore. According to The Times' behind-the-scenes 6th Floor blog, the Cuban government would not issue The Magazine a work visa for a staff photographer. "After an unsuccessful search for photographers who were headed to Cuba on their own, or who had been there not too long ago," Stacey Baker writes, "we discovered that Moore had a book coming out in October called… Cuba. It turned out that Moore, a regular contributor—he shot New Orleans for a March issue of the magazine—had been traveling to the country since 1998 and been there as recently as January. When we saw his unpublished images, we could not believe our good fortune. The picture of the Bacunayagua Bridge, for example, seemed to have been shot expressly to be the cover it would become." To view a slideshow of additional photographs from the book, see the New York Times Reinventing Cuba post. To see the Bacunayagua Bridge cover shot, visit our blog.

Andrew Moore: Cuba

Andrew Moore: Cuba

DAMIANI
Hbk, 15.75 x 11.75 in. / 128 pgs / 68 color.





Happy Mother's Day!

DATE 5/8/2022

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