Blind youngsters dance their way through disability in Mexico City.
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The project combines portraits, landscapes, and still life in my story that explores the lives of people residing in small mountain towns in the Mexico.
Well known Mexican documentary photographer Eniac Martínez dedicated a long term documentary project to the question of water and rivers in Mexico.
Modern cities are incommensurable places, and the challenges of representing them only increases with their size. Exhausting the myriad possibilities of a city like London is surely impossible, nothing
More than 20 years ago the Licenciado Adolfo Lopez Mateos railway school carriage reached its final destination in the Valley of Mexico, after years of traveling from town to town as part of the National Railroad of Mexico’s Railroad Repair Team’s Education Program.
After finishing the series ‘Missing’ that examines the ‘disappeared’ women killed on the Mexico-USA border, I developed a need to change the destiny of these women.
Every year thousands of Central Americans from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras illegally enter Mexico via the southern border with the goal of reaching the United States and a better life.
A rich and profound change of Mexican photography occured in the 90s. This transformation, initiated by a young generation of photographers of the end of the century, changed the manner to consider photographic images. With these new forms of representation a certain “nationalist” vision, very much spread outside Mexico, praising indigenous communities and their life-styles, […]
Writer(s): Alfredo Colitto, Dionisio Hernández Ramos, Eduardo Lizalde, Giampiero Rigosi, Guadalupe "Pita" Amor, Jorge Pech Casanova, José Antonio Rodríguez, José Emilio Pacheco, Marco Antonio Velazquez Vergara, Mario Molina Cruz, Ricardo Duléz, Victor de la Cruz, Waldemar Noh Tzec