Portraits of an Invisible Country: The Photographs of Jorge Mario Múnera
Portraits of an Invisible Country, which bears the name of the exhibit he presented at Harvard in 2004, is the culmination of a five-year collaboration between the photographer and the curator of the show, José Luis Falconi. It comprises a book of essays with insightful reflections on Múnera’s diverse body of work and a series of sixteen photo posters, which together highlight the photographer’s travels within Colombia and his careful depiction of his countrymen and women. Renowned in Colombia as one of the most prolific and influential photographers of his generation, Múnera was the first recipient of the National Photography Award in Colombia in 1998. Since then, numerous international accolades have followed, chief among them as the first photographer to hold the Andrés Bello Chair of the King Juan Carlos Center at New York University.
Editorial Assistance & Copy Editing by Paula Kupfer
Editorial Internship by Meghan Bye
Book Design by Arturo Higa Taira
Color Separation by David Farfán Cruz
Indexer Andrew Ascherl
Printing process by Sputnik Press. Lima, Peru.
Translations by Joaquín Terrones (Juan Manuel Roca’s Portraits of an invisible Country) Catalina Ocampo (Carlos Rincon’s The Marco Polo Connection) Paula Kupfer and Natalie Bell (Jorge Mario Múnera’s Photographic Series
The publication would not have been possible without the generous contribution of Good Color Graphics, Bogotá