Louis Alarcon (b. 1974) is a documentary photographer, writer and travel designer based in Havana. Cuba is the place where he got married and that he now calls Home.
Louis is an expert on the history of Cuba, he has specialized in anthropology, genetics, migrations and miscegenation among the different ethnic groups that populated the island.
We could say that his photographic project is a photo-biography of the island and its traditions, a "project of life" that aims to document the Cuban people from different perspectives, little by little and without an end date.
"The cuban race", the main project that he is working on at the moment, seeks to document the racial diversity of the Cuban people and the great miscegenation that occurs on the island. A place where several ethnic groups already coexist in harmony and where racism is almost non-existent.
The project will be shared in 2020 with the publication of a book and several exhibitions.
Information, links and resources :
- Photography teacher and photo travel designer in Cuba :
- Photography teacher and photo travel designer in Valencia :
- Education and training:
Luis has trained and co-directed photo workshops with
Tino Soriano: National Geographic photographer, awarded with World Press Photo Prize
Magdalena Soler: Oscar-winning photographer, Man on Wire
- Collaboration with photography workshops agencies :
- Writer specialized in Cuban photography
- Director of Cuba’s international account on Instagram
- Member of FIAP: Federation Internationale de l'Art Photographique
- Youtuber specialiced in photography and trips: director of a YouTube channel with more than 32,000,000 visitors on trips to Cuba