The luscious decay captured in two examples here of David Caras’s “Power of Cuba’’ series, with its remarkable gradations of color and texture, conjures up the no less opulent sense of collapse in Robert Polidori’s images of Havana.
— The Boston Globe

David Caras is a true photographer, one who sees the world through the “eyes of an artist.” His ‘portraits’ are more than just pretty pictures; rather they are forms of communication and exploration.
— Art News