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Long before Barack Obama visited the country, photographer Burt Glinn witnessed the Cuban revolution from the front row. Not even ten hours after hearing that dictator Fulgencio Batista had fled Cuba at a New Year’s Eve party in New York, Glinn set foot in Havana. He photographed various aspects of the events, right up to the arrival of Fidel Castro in the nation’s capital.

‘Cuba 1959’ gathers the photographer’s best works. It is a fascinating book from Reel Art Press with the most iconic photographs as well as unseen shots. A unique view on one of the most remarkable revolutions in world history, in over 150 photos.

176 pp. 
304 x 245 mm