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Oskar Landi – KWIRA

KWIRA.161 Tarahumara, the largest indigenous groups in Mexico ©Oskar Landi

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KWIRA (TARAHUMARA), MEXICO #149 ©Oskar Landi. Black and white, framed print - indigenous groups walking through a cemetery
KWIRA (Tarahumara), MexicoO #149 ©Oskar Landi
KWIRA (Tarahumara) #149, Mexico ©Oskar Landi. Black and white - indigenous groups walking through a cemetery
KWIRA (Tarahumara) #149, Mexico ©Oskar Landi
KWIRA (TARAHUMARA), MEXICO #148 ©Oskar Landi. Black and white, framed print-men walk through the mountains
KWIRA (Tarahumara), Mexico) #148 © Oskar Landi
©Oskar Landi KWIRA/#148 Tarahumara . Black and white - people walking through the mountains
KWIRA (Tarahumara) #148 Mexico ©Oskar Landi
KWIRA (TARAHUMARA), MEXICO #152 © Oskar Landi. Black and white framed print, village scene, men walking and sitting around
KWIRA (Tarahumara), Mexico #152 © Oskar Landi
KWIRA (TARAHUMARA), MEXICO #152 © Oskar Landi. Black and white framed print, village scene, men walking and sitting around
KWIRA (Tarahumara), Mexico#152 ©Oskar Landi
KWIRA (TARAHUMARA), MEXICO #150 © Oskar Landi. Black and white, two men walking in graveyard
KWIRA (TARAHUMARA), MEXICO #150 © Oskar Landi
KWIRA (Tarahumara) #150 ©Oskar Landi . Black & white - two men walking in cemetary
KWIRA (Tarahumara) #150 ©Oskar Landi -
KWIRA (TARAHUMARA), MEXICO #151 © Oskar Landi. Black and white framed print, group of women sitting in the village
KWIRA (TARAHUMARA), MEXICO #151 © Oskar Landi
KWIRA (TARAHUMARA), MEXICO #151 © Oskar Landi. Black and white framed print, group of women sitting in the village
KWIRA (Tarahumara), Mexico #151 © Oskar Landi
KWIRA (TARAHUMARA), MEXICO #161 © Oskar Landi. Black and white framed print - ceremony parade
KWIRA (Tarahumara), Mexico #161 © Oskar Landi
KWIRA (Tarahumara) #161, Mexico ©Oskar Landi Black and white -ceremony parade
KWIRA (Tarahumara) #161, Mexico ©Oskar Landi
KWIRA (Tarahumara) #162 © Oskar Landi. Black & white framed print, feather in grasses, in Sierra Madre mountains
KWIRA (Tarahumara) #162 © Oskar Landi
KWIRA (Tarahumara) #162 ©Oskar Landi . Black and white-mountains, black feather
KWIRA (Tarahumara) #162 ©Oskar Landi
KWIRA (Tarahumara) #163 , Mexico ©Oskar Landi. Black & white framed print, Sierra Madre mountains
KWIRA (Tarahumara) #163, Mexico ©Oskar Landi
© Oscar Landi -KWIRA.163 Tarahumara, Mexico . Black and White . Western Sierra Madre Mountains
KWIRA (Tarahumara) #163 , Mexico ©Oskar Landi
KWIRA (Tarahumara) #164, Mexico ©Oskar Landi. Black & white framed print - portrait of Tarahumara man
KWIRA (Tarahumara) #164, Mexico ©Oskar Landi
KWIRA (TARAHUMARA), MEXICO #164 © Oskar Landi. Black & white framed print - portrait of Tarahumara man
KWIRA (Tarahumara), Mexico #164 © Oskar Landi
KWIRA Oskar Landi

‘Kwira’ means ‘hello‘ in the Raramuri’s native language.

Kwira Oskar Landi – The Raramuri, more commonly known as the Tarahumara. They are one of the largest Mexican indigenous groups, numbering between 40-50,000. They live in the Western Sierra Madre Mountains of Northern Mexico, and are little affected by modern society. Read more below.

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Oskar Landi was born and raised in Italy and moved to New York in 1998. Here he attended the International Center of Photography, studied cinematography at New York University and worked as a photo-assistant with legendary photographer Mary Ellen Mark…read more in Meet the Photographers

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Also in India #3 ©Oskar Landi. Color - portrait, Sardhu (Holy Man) - framed print. Polaroid.

Also in India #3 ©Oskar Landi

 

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