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The Horsemen 1
Always interested in the equestrian world, Patricio Estay devoted almost ten years of his life photographing horsemen on every continent: Gauchos from Argentina, Stockmen from Australia, the Guardians of the Camargue, Charros from Mexico, Cavalry-archers from Japan, etc.., he gives us a glimpse into the lives of these modern centaurs. It is the doors to these kingdoms that we have tried to swing...   see more »
 
The Horsemen 2
Always interested in the equestrian world, Patricio Estay devoted almost ten years of his life photographing horsemen on every continent: Gauchos from Argentina, Stockmen from Australia, the Guardians of the Camargue, Charros from Mexico, Cavalry-archers from Japan, etc.., he gives us a glimpse into the lives of these modern centaurs. It is the doors to these kingdoms that we have tried to swing...   see more »
 
Tibet is Dying
For some years now Tibetan society has been going through an important period of change which can be seen most of all in the capital city of Lhasa. A new face of Tibet is emerging. Consumerism, which was brought in and spread by the Chinese invaders who even now are trying to make this state assimilate as much as possible the Chinese culture, has turned the Tibetans attention away from the spiritual values...   see more »
 
Tibet Land Of Exile
Patricio Estay, inspired by his meeting with Henri Cartier Bresson in 1986 in Paris, started Tibet Land Of Exile, one of the most important projects in his career. He had been working for nine years beside the Dalai Lama and in the Tibetan community, who is in exile in Dharamsala.This documentary project is dedicated to the Dalai Lama; to the life and work of the Tibetan population in exile; to the...   see more »
 
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