Through September 23, the Instituto Moreira Salles in Poços de Caldas, Brazil, will exhibit 60 photographs by Marcel Gautherot, taken in Mexico in the late 1930s. The images on display underline the key aspects of Gautherot’s photography, reflecting the strong influence the Mexican photographer Manuel Àlvarez Bravo had on his work.
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