Category Archives: Latin American photography

Review: Foto/Gráfica @ Le Bal

Le Bal’s latest exhibition, Foto/Gráfica: Une nouvelle histoire des livres de photographie latino-américains (A New History of Latin-American Photobooks) opened last week. The show is based on a selection of 40 books taken from Horacio Fernandez’s recently published book on books, The Latin-American Photobook (Aperture, 2011). This is not Le Bal’s first photobook exhibition—they presented […]

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Cornell Capa’s Peruvian suitcase

I spend quite a bit of time with photobooks, whether it be for this blog, it’s slightly less wordy Tumblr cousin, or just for my personal pleasure, but it is not often that I get to spend a day with a book like this one. In fact, it is not a book but a maquette […]

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Book of the Week #5: Mexico, D.F.

I have been hearing a fair amount of whispering of late about Martin Parr’s forthcoming project on Latin American photobooks, which will, “with one book, completely re-evaluate how people think about Latin America“. Whether it can live up to these lofty ambitions remains to be seen, but with Parr in the driving seat, there is […]

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