Patagonia | Mustafa Abdulaziz: Cowboy Stories

February 13, 2011 · Leave a Comment 

Mustafa Abdulaziz, Cowboy in Mountains, Patagonia Cowboy series. 2008 (Courtesy of the Artist)

“The power of the photograph can shine a light of knowledge and inspiration into places where there was once only darkness,” says photographer Mustafa Abdulaziz. Coming from a Dutch/Afro-Caribbean heritage, Abdulaziz’s work centers on “people and cultures whose lives may not contain the drama of spot news or the visceral power of war and conflict, but whose daily struggles and ways of life are changing as our world moves into this new century.”

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