From its origins, photography has always been associated with black and white. In the course of time both technique and subject matter evolved offering the artists new ways of expressions ; consequently helping them achieve the desired image. According to the latter premise, Patricia Conde Galeria (Mexico) being the only Mexican gallery specialized in photography- presents a curatorial proposal in which she homologizes contemporary topics, regardless of the technique: ambrotype, platinum, silver gelatin and digital, demonstrating that the importance of photography lies in the image itself as the substantial element. Featuring works by Cannon Bernáldez, Ana Casas, Kati Horna, Patricia Lagarde, Francisco Mata Rosas, José Antonio Martínez and Leo Matiz.
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