Guillermo Cervera

Guillermo Cervera Calonje is a freelance photojournalist, documenting armed conflict and social issues for the international press such us Bosnian War in 1993, the rebel camps in Chad, the Tamil Tigers separatist militant group during the Sri Lanka Civil War in 2008, the gang wars in Caracas, Venezuela, the refugees and IDPs in Darfur, the rise of capitalism in communist Cuba, the uprisings in Libya and Cairo, Egypt in 2011, the daily life in Afghanistan, the methamphetamine addition in southern Washington, D.C., American gospel churches and European Arms dealers, war in Ukraine and the last conflict between Israel and Palestine in the Gaza Strip 2014, Ibiza crazy life and Mermaids in Florida.

His photographs are regularly published in The New York Times, Newsweek, Marie Claire, The Guardian, Paris match, Rolling Stone, La Vanguardia, ABC and El Mundo, EL Pais, MSNBC, The Wall Street Journal among others, and have been exhibited in galleries in Madrid and Barcelona, Spain.

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