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The Edge of Time: Photographs of Mexico by Mariana Yampolsky (Wittliff Gallery)

Yampolsky, Mariana; Berler, Sandra [Introduction]; Palma, Francisco Reyes [Afterword]; Poniatowska, Elena [Foreword];

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ISBN 10: 0292796048 / ISBN 13: 9780292796041
Editorial: University of Texas Press, 1998
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Signed undernearth author/artists photograph. Hardcover and dust jacket. Good binding and cover. Light wear. Clean, unmarked pages. Ships daily. N° de ref. de la librería 1506080077

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Título: The Edge of Time: Photographs of Mexico by ...

Editorial: University of Texas Press

Año de publicación: 1998

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro:Used: Like New

Ejemplar firmado: Signed

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Sinopsis:

"This is my country." Mariana Yampolsky knew it the moment she opened her window and saw a bougainvillea blooming against a white wall on her first morning in Mexico City in 1944. Her empathy for the Mexican people and their land has guided her work for more than fifty years, finding expression in books of dramatic black-and-white photographs ranging from her early La casa en la tierra and La casa que canta to The Traditional Architecture of Mexico.

The Edge of Time presents a retrospective of Yampolsky's photographic work since 1960. Reflecting her lifelong concerns, the images capture rural Mexico and its people with respect and infinite care. They function as works of art and as documents of a moment in Mexico's history when lifeways that have endured for centuries face the onslaught of modernization.

Elena Poniatowska has been Yampolsky's friend for many years and, in the foreword, she describes Yampolsky's method of working and includes many quotes from the photographer herself. Sandra Berler provides an overview of Yampolsky's life and the range of her work. Francisco Reyes Palma concludes the text with an exploration of Yampolsky's photographic aesthetic.

About the Author:

One of the major figures in twentieth-century Mexican photography, Mariana Yampolsky is accepted as an integral part of Mexican life and art. She has worked since 1944 as an engraver, artist, editor, lecturer, and book designer; but it is primarily as a photographer that she is best known, letting nothing escape her eye―neither the forgotten nor the marginalized―writing in images the story of the country she loves so deeply.

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