Cuba vista por Kenneth McGough-5
Acclaimed fine art photographer, Kenneth McGough, moved to San Francisco in 1974 after studying film and journalism at the University of Tennessee.
In 1975, McGough started wandering the globe photographing thousands of images. He lived in Berlin, Paris, Spain and Morocco and spent a year photographing the Sahara Desert.
Other countries that beckoned him include Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, Thailand, India, Nepal, Burma, Hong Kong and Borneo. In 1996 he traveled to Cuba and it was there that he did the work for which he is best known. His images of Cuba and her people, both black & white and color, speak volumes of the gritty beauty, the joy and revolutionary soul McGough discovered there. Sometimes edgy, always artistic, McGough’s creative work documents with passion all that he sees.
McGough has exhibited internationally and is currently with the Gallery of the North American Indian in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
By Andrey Datso