With her black and white images Graciela Iturbide brings us the shadows of human existence. Traditions and their fragility, belief and religion, community and death are common themes for the artist. Within a five-decade career she has built an oeuvre that is fundamental for understanding the development of photography in Mexico and the rest of Latin America. The Fotografie Forum Frankfurt (FFF) honours this icon of Latin American photography, who was born in 1942 in Mexico-City, with her first retrospective in Germany. The exhibition has been organised by Fundaciòn MAPFRE in Madrid, and in cooperation with the FFF highlights seminal...
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