RESIDUES is an ongoing magazine project that captures the essence of Cuba’s intricate narrative, delving into the struggle between its historical echoes and present realities. Amidst the dichotomy of socialism and capitalism, decay and glamour, seditious colors and melancholic interiors, the magazine embarks on an exploration of resilience, offering glimpses of the island’s uncertain yet fascinating future.
Amidst the dichotomy of socialism and capitalism, decay and glamour, seditious colors and melancholic interiors, RESIDUE embarks on an exploration of resilience, offering glimpses of the island's uncertain troubled yet fascinating future.
„Through the twists and turns of life’s labyrinth, a child’s innocence becomes resilient hope.“
„A Child’s Labyrinth“ delves into the enigmatic world of Mia, a 7-year-old girl living in a small apartment in Havana Cerro alongside her single mother and grandmother. In the face of poverty and financial struggles, their daily life becomes a labyrinth, a constant search for a way through the unknown.
A loose collection of portraits inspired by personal encounters during my travels to Havana
Beauty in the Void
In a world stripped of abundance and excess, survival becomes a delicate dance of resourcefulness and resilience. When there is nothing, you live with what you find….
work in progress…
Jennifer in a Cafeteria in Vedado
Joerg Reichardt is a experienced freelance photographer with a career spanning over four decades. With a diverse background in art and experience in theater and film, he found his true calling in fashion photography. Settling in Berlin after living and working in major fashion capitals, Reichardt’s artistic journey took an unexpected turn when he discovered Havana. Drawn to the city’s rich culture and history, he captures its essence beyond picturesque scenes, revealing the hidden stories of its people. Reichardt’s work reflects his poetic sensibility, capturing the unknown, the presence, and the absence with a touch of melancholy. His photographs invite viewers to contemplate and reflect on the human condition.