Most of the photographs on exhibit are part of So That All Shall Know/Para que todos lo sepan, the anthology of Daniel Hernández-Salazar’s work published in 2007 by the University of Texas Press. These images represent the three pillars upon which the photographer bases most of his artistic creations: documentation of the facts and history and – as a result of these two processes, his political action and existential response to life. As a photo reporter, Hernández-Salazar experienced the painful history of his native land first-hand during the 1980s and has dedicated his entire career to the theme of “Life and Death” in Guatemala since the 1990s.
The exhibition was designed to present a portion of Daniel Hernández-Salazar’s work and part of the creative process he draws upon to capture, reflect upon and express his concerns and those of his homeland.
Grand Hotel de La Minerve, a 5 star Luxury Hotel in Rome, is located in one of the most fascinating squares of the city, between the Pantheon and the Church of “Santa Maria Sopra Minerva”. It offers its customers various packages like for example the Art and Gourmet:
The package includes:
- Accomodation in Superior room with Continental Breakfast by room service for two people
- Welcome drink at the “le Cupole” bar
- Candle light dinner for 2 people at the “Roof Garden Minerva” (3 courses – beverages exluded)
The offer is based on a minimum stay of 2 night stay
The package includes 10% VAT
The package do not include City tax, €3,00 per person per nigh.