A black and white portrait of the largest and most populated city in the world, a city that survived a terrible earthquake in 1985, where 20 million people live and problems connected to development and underdevelopment, traditions and modernity are constantly interwoven: Mexico City. Pablo Monasterio shows it in all its authenticity, with the eyes of a severe lover, that investigate without ever jabbing at it. The photographer takes us by hand and leads in a world that maybe is only apparently so different from ours. This publication ends the trilogy of the book series I quaderni CMC focused on the theme of “the city”, analyzed through the work that three photographers carried out in three different continents.
|Author:||Pablo Ortiz Monasterio|
|Book Series:||QUADERNI CMC|
|Number of pages:||108 pages|
|Number of photographs:||50 duotone photographs|