For the wandering photographer perhaps no country, over photography's century-and-a-half history, has had the consistent allure and been the site of so many artistic breakthroughs as Mexico. From Henri Cartier-Bresson, who flowered as a masterful surrealist in Mexico in the 1930s, to the American Paul Strand's "Mexican Portfolio"-the spiritual jewel of his life's work-to Edward Steichen and into recent years, photographers have found in Mexico's people, its culture, and its light much of their defining inspiration. Here are fresh views of the land and people of Mexico, its powerful histories constantly enriching its present.Reseña del editor:
Mexico has been a source of inspiration for many photographers, from Henri Cartier-Bresson, who portrayed it from a surrealist perspective, to Edward Steichen, and Paul Strand's "Mexican Portfolio". This book presents fresh views of the land and people of Mexico by over 50 photographers, including Abbas, Tina Modotti, Edward Weston, Kent Klich and Robert Capa. The accompanying 15 texts are provided in English and Spanish.
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