THIS is a sweet recollection of Latin America writers. They come from a man known as the 'writer’s photographer', Daniel Mordzinski.
Mordzinski has been working for more than thirty years on a 'Human Atlas' of Ibero-American literature.
The Paris based Argentinean photographer has photographed the most prominent people in Hispanic literature, and has become the friend to three generations of creators.
He is the photographer of numerous literary encounters, among them the Salón del Libro Iberamericano (Ibero-American Book Exhibition) of Gijon, the HAY Festival, the LEV of Matosinhos and VIVAMERICA of Madrid.
And now Manchester.
The exhibition has 82 works from 1982 to 2010. It takes place at the Instituto Cervantes at 326-330 Deansgate, M3 4FN every weekday until 14 December and is open from 10.30-17.30.