One of the great benefits of the ACP Portfolio Review
is how curators & editors connect with photographers in surprising and unexpected ways. If you attended the Portfolio Walk
, you might recall seeing Meg Griffiths
' work. What you might not have predicted is how her Cuba-based project, "Casa Particular" (which became the book Casa de fruta y pan published by Ain't Bad
) would suddenly gain prominence
, thanks to newfound diplomacy between Cuba and the United States.
Great to see Alyssa Coppelman's write-up on Meg Griffiths' project
, and fun to see a connection made at the ACP Portfolio Review
bounce its way across the photo-interweb!
Casa de fruta y pan
- Meg Griffiths