Paul Strand in Mexico

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Text by James Krippner. Historical Essay by Alfonso Morales Carrillo. Additional texts by Katherine Ware, Leo Hurwitz, and David Alfaro Siqueiros, Process Notes by Anthony Montoya

Paul Strand in Mexico is a lush, exquisitely printed volume of the complete photographic works made by Strand during his 1932–34 trip to Mexico, as well as a second journey in 1966—a total of 234 photographs, 123 never before published. The first publication to chronicle this pivotal time in Strand's career, it was published to coincide with the centennial of Mexican independence in 2010 and chronicles Strand's foundational idea of the "collective portrait," depicting a region through photographs of individuals, still lifes, and studies of architecture and religious subjects.

356 pages

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