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When I discovered Cuba, I thought it was made to be framed with all the colorful and uncluttered ambivalence that I saw. For me, Cuba was slagging between the delicate beauty and the latent state of its political context. In front of an imminent change, Cuba was offering me all this incredible ambiguity. It was part of those places in transformation, and I felt that I was there at the right moment to capture it with all the times that make it be like that : its passed, its future and its present.  

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