Alejandra Rajal

Documentary Photographer
   
Confraternity / Brotherhood
Location: Mexico City, Mexico
Nationality: Mexican
Biography: Alejandra Rajal is a documentary photographer born and based in Mexico. Her vision focuses mainly on creating awareness of different realities, aiming to social conscience. Currently, she works as a freelance photographer dividing her time between... read on
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Confraternity / Brotherhood
Copyright alejandra rajal 2021
Date of Work 02/01/18 - Ongoing
Updated 06/03/20
Location Puebla, Mexico
Cultus tries to understand the evolution of faith in Mexico after its evangelization.

This chapter explores an ultraconservative group known as a Confraternity that arrived in 1545 and eventually was forgotten during the "Reforma Laws" (1861) when they went through a 132-year-old ban in the country and their current efforts to adapt to a new era.
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