LA CIUDAD DE MÉXICO, SEIS PASEOS FOTOGRÁFICOS. Investigación: Laura González

México: Fundación Televisa/DGE Equilibrista, 2008. First edition 389p., photo plates (some color), facsimiles, boards, grey cloth, dj, folio, decorative red ribbon around outside, transparent slipcase New in New DJ Hardcover 968-5953-09-0 Handsome, large-format and profuse exploration of Mexico City through period photos, spanning from the late-19th century until the present. Majority of photos are in black-and-white, however, a few contemporary ones are featured in color. Includes photos from postcards and book publications. With works by Jesús H. Abitia, (Batuchic, Chihuahua, 1881-Mexico City, 1960); Manuel Álvarez Bravo, (Mexico City, 1902-2002); Antonio Caballero, (Mexico City, 1940); Désiré Charnay, (Fleurieux, Ródano, France-1828, Paris-1915); Mark Powell (Chicago, U.S., 1968) and Gerardo Suter, (Buenos Aires, 1957), among numerous others. Includes a biographical summary on each featured photographer. Works preceded by historical/analytical commentary by Laura González. Printed on heavy and semi-glossy coated stock (Item ID: 132878)

$145.00

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