Six Ricans from the Bronx
Seis del Sur (Six from the South), also known as “Los Seis” (The Six), is a collective of six Bronx-based Nuyorican and Puerto Rican photojournalists and documentary photographers of renown who have documented the visual history of the South Bronx over the span of four decades—from the tumultuous period of the fire-for-hire “Bronx burning” epoch—to the present attempts at forced gentrification and cultural and historical whitewashing.
Seis' Documentarian Maxims
INTEGRITY in Vocation
Dedicated to upholding the highest standards and values in maintaining our veracity toward the ethical legitimacy of our craft.
RESPECT for Community
Considered admiration for our diverse communal cultural values and distinct generational idiosyncrasies.
HONOR our Histotry
Committed to documenting, preserving and celebrating our collective regional stories and shared experiences.
Los Seis (The Six)
Forged by the Fires and risen from the Ashes
Learn more about the six maverick photographers who captured the history and unique essence of the South Bronx over four decades from an insider’s pint-of-view. No parachutes required.