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Back in 1964, photojournalist Elliott Erwitt spent a week in Cuba on assignment for Newsweek as a guest of Fidel Castro. It was then and there he captured images of the Cuban president along with guerrilla fighter Che Guevara and other remarkable Cubans, all while discovering the country. More than 50 years later, Erwitt returned to document Cuba as it entered a new era, now with restored relations with the US. In this new title, CUBA, featuring his photography spanning over five decades, we get a glimpse at life on the Caribbean island, its people and varying landscapes through his lens in this unique historical perspective. Here’s a look at some of the compelling images you’ll find in this exclusive excerpt from the brand-new title.

Che Guevara, Havana, 1964, Photo © 2017 Elliott Erwitt/Magnum Photos.
Che Guevara, Havana, 1964.
Fidel Castro, Havana, 1964. Photo © 2017 Elliott Erwitt/Magnum Photos. All rights reserved.
Fidel Castro, Havana, 1964.
Cafe, Road to Viñales, Pinar del Río, 2015 Photo © 2017 Elliott Erwitt/Magnum Photos. All rights reserved.
Cafe, Road to Viñales, Pinar del Río, 2015.
Tobacco shed, Finca Rene Rivera, Valle de Viñales, Pinar del Río, 2015. Photo © 2017 Elliott Erwitt/Magnum Photos. All rights reserved.
Tobacco shed, Finca Rene Rivera, Valle de Viñales, Pinar del Río, 2015.
Santa Amalia senior dancers at William
Santa Amalia senior dancers at William’s place, Havana 2015.
Hoarding, Jatibonico, Sancti Spiritus, 2016. Photo © 2017 Elliott Erwitt/Magnum Photos. All rights reserved.
Hoarding, Jatibonico, Sancti Spiritus, 2016.

CUBA, by Elliott Erwitt and published by teNeues, is now available on Amazon.com from $63. All images © 2017 Elliott Erwitt/Magnum Photos.

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