Humberto Mayol is an award-winning Cuban photographer and documentary
filmmaker working with the Palomas Group of the National Film Institute of Cuba. With his sharp ethnographic eye, he is continually looking to capture the complex social reality that has unfolded on the island since the 1959 revolution. His
photographs have been widely exhibited in his native Cuba as well as in the United
States, Europe, Latin America, and China. In his haunting images, he reveals the day-to-day lives of Cubans while also richly evoking the geographic and cultural landscape against which these lives unfold.

Humberto Mayol’s Artist Residency is supported by a generous grant from the Center for World Performance Studies, and additional support from the Department of Anthropology, Latina/Latino Studies, the Center for Global and International Study, Latin American and Caribbean Studies, and the Graduate Library of the University of Michigan.

Sept 24 / 1096 East Hall, 1-4pm
Photography in Cuba: A discussion with Ruth Behar’s
class, ‘Cuba and Its Diaspora’

Sept 25 / 411 West Hall, 3-5pm
Religious Revitalization in Cuba: Through the Lens of
Humberto Mayol (Reception to follow)

Sept 25 / 306 Main Street, 6-9pm
Exhibit of Humberto Mayol’s photographs,
“Miradas en el tiempo,” and reception at the WSG Gallery

Sept 26 / Library Gallery,
Hatcher Graduate Library, 4-6pm
Cuba: Shared Memories and Everyday Spaces
A Retrospective of Thirty Years of Photographs by
Humberto Mayol (Reception to follow)

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