Latin American Fotografía 7: Patricia Ackerman, Esteban Brocos, Anja Bruehling, Pablo Casacuevas, Victoria Corrales, Juan Carlos, Armando Mazariegos, Giorgio Negro, Eléonore Simon, Dennis Zelaya
Latin American Ilustración 7: Vlad Alvarez, Juan Antonio Angel Ramirez,
Daniel Castro Maia, Eduardo Corral a.k.a. TLaloC, Guillermo Flores, Marly Gallardo, Magoz, Carla Marini,
John Parra, Carlos Zamora
Presented by American Illustration – American Photography (AI-AP)
Curated by International Juried Selection with EPSON
American Illustration-American Photography (AI-AP), producers of the leading juried annuals in North America, presents its 7th annual collection to honor the best work being created in, or about, Latin America.
AI-AP, well-known for 38 years as a respected resource for art directors, designers, photo editors, art buyers and publishers, presents established, emerging and student Latinx illustrators and photographers to the North American market–and vice versa–in a global, multi-cultural exchange of art and ideas.
The AI-AP juried hardcover award annuals, offer high visibility and well-derserved recognition where it matters most. They are still published in large-format, luxurious, hardcover volumes, staying true to their founding principles of celebrating great photographers and illustrators, showcasing commissioned and personal work that’s ahead of its time, while honoring the publications, creatives, and agencies assigning and utilizing the winning images. Students and schools are also celebrated, along with established and emerging artists.
Founded in 1982 by a committee of esteemed illustrators and art directors, AI-AP was created as a direct alternative to the leading organizations and companies of the day that were not recognizing unconventional, cutting-edge work being produced by unheralded artists who were pushing the boundaries of traditional commercial work.