Cuba’s youth, born in the time of Castro, are facing a new revolution. With the arrival of smartphones and internet – and with it, Facebook, Google, Skype and American movies and music – they’re not only altering the way they dress and talk, but the way they communicate with each other and with the world. They’re on the path to one of the greatest changes of their lives
Oded Wagenstein – Cultures photographer, lecturer and author. His work has been published in numerous international publications, such as the National Geographic (US, Italy, Israel), BBC (UK) and Time Out (Israel). He his also a contributing photographer for Getty images and a regular contributor for the Israeli editions of National Geographic magazine and National Geographic Traveler. The author of three photography books, a senior lecturer at the Galtiz photography school institute and graduated from the Faculty of Arts: Film and TV (with expertise in Cinematography) and the Faculty of Social Science: Anthropology (with expertise in Anthropology).