Koral Carballo was struck by this people who were becoming a party, although at first he couldn't explain why. He wanted to take pictures there to free himself from the structures of photojournalism and the daily news. That was the first impulse: to record the colour and the festivity of a town that was an hour away from his house. To break the routine a little.
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Carnaval y fotografía: detrás de la máscara estamos nosotras
ï»¿En Veracruz hay un pueblo famoso por su carnaval. Se llama Coyolillo y es una de las pocas comunidades veracruzanas que puede considerarse afromestizas. Dicen que la tradición empezó porque el pueblo queda cerca del ingenio San Miguel de...