FP recently published a photo essay on young Cuban Millennials entitled “The Hipsters Of Havana”, shot by Spanish born documentary photographer Edu Bayer. It’s an interesting presentation on a rapidly changing Cuba, politically, socially and culturally. Bayer is particularly interested in how different communities attempt to improve their current conditions by struggling to change political and economic systems. He is currently working on a long-term project about contemporary rural life in Catalonia. His photo essays – Libya the Fall of Tripoli, Rwanda, Kosovo Independence, Burmese Refugees in Thailand, Women in Gambia and his B&W series from Burma Arakan State – are all particularly moving. Worth visiting FP’s “The Hipsters Of Havana” too for Bayer’s full photo essay from Cuba.