Andres Serrano is mostly known for his portrait work, however he has been doing a fair amount of still life work in the last few years, most recently his ANARCHY body of work exhibited at Edward Tyler Nahem's booth in the Armory show in March 2012. In Cuba, Serrano photographed subject matter radically different from what he has done in recent years. He deeply explored environmental portraiture, architecture, environmental still life and interiors. He also did many portraits on a backdrop devoid of color, a great change from the highly colored backdrops present in his studio portraiture. Here is a shot of us working on the Prado in La Havana, exploring environmental portraiture and architecture. He still uses his Mamiya RB67 he originally purchased in the 80's.