Daniel Mordzinski (Argentina, 1960). He is known as “the writers’ photographer”. Daniel Mordzinski has been building for forty-five years an ambitious “human atlas” of the Ibero-American literature that started back with Borges and Cortázar. The Argentinian photographer, based between Paris and Lisbon, has taken portraits of the most prominent figures of the Hispanic literature. Author of numerous books, Mordzinski exhibits continuously in the most important museums in Latin America and his works are present in the best collections of contemporary photography. He is a photographer for the Spanish-language Hay Festivals.
Photo: © Silvio Rodríguez