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Nacho Lopez, Mexican Photographer (Visible Evidence, V. 14)

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Published by University of Minnesota Press .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Biography & Autobiography,
  • Individual artists,
  • Photographic reportage,
  • Photojournalism,
  • Individual Photographer,
  • Photography,
  • Biography/Autobiography,
  • Mexico,
  • Lopez, Nacho,,
  • Collections, Catalogs, Exhibitions,
  • Criticism,
  • Artists, Architects, Photographers,
  • 1923-,
  • Lâopez, Nacho,

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages256
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8070667M
ISBN 100816640475
ISBN 109780816640478

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Photographer Nacho Lopez was Mexico's Eugene Smith, fusing social commitment with searing imagery to dramatize the plight of the helpless, the poor, and the marginalized in the pages of glossy illustrated magazines. Even today, Lopez's photographs forcefully belie the picturesque exoticism that is invariably presented as the essence of cturer: Univ Of Minnesota Press.   Nacho Lopez, Mexican Photographer book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Photographer Nacho Lopez was Mexicos Eugene Smith, fusin.   The photography of Nacho Lopez () fuses art and social commentary in strong contrast to the picturesque exoticism that often represents Mexico to North Americans. A research professor at Universidad Autonoma de Puebla in Mexico, Mraz here offers a definitive English-language treatment of the : $ In Nacho Lopez, Mexican Photographer, John Mraz offers the first full-length study in English of this influential photojournalist and provides a close visual analysis of more than fifty of Lopez's.

Photographer Nacho Lopez was Mexico's Eugene Smith, fusing social commitment with searing imagery to dramatize the plight of the helpless, the poor, and the marginalized in the pages of glossy illustrated magazines. Even today, Lopez's photographs forcefully belie the picturesque exoticism that is invariably presented as the essence of Mexico. Nacho Lopez Mexican Photographer by John Mraz Hardcover Book, pages See Other Available Editions Description Photographer Nacho Lopez was Mexico's Eugene Smith, fusing social commitment with searing imagery to dramatize the plight of the helpless, the poor, and the marginalized in the pages of glossy illustrated magazines.   Nacho López ( – ) Nacho Lopez was an important figure in Mexican photojournalism. I discovered his work thanks to a friend who lent me a small book that contained some of the photographer’s essays. The most evident feature of his work was his fascination for directing his lens toward the ordinary life of Mexico City. In Nacho Là ³pez, Mexican Photographer, John Mraz offers the first full-length study in English of this influential photojournalist and provides a close visual analysis of more than fifty.

Photographer Nacho Lopez was Mexico's Eugene Smith, fusing social commitment with searing imagery to dramatize the plight of the helpless, the poor, and the marginalized in the pages of glossy illustrated magazines. Even today, Lopez's photographs forcefully belie the picturesque exoticism that is invariably presented as the essence of Mexico. In. In Nacho López, Mexican Photographer, John Mraz offers the first full-length study in English of this influential photojournalist and provides a close visual analysis of more than fifty of López’s most important photographs. Mraz first sets López’s work in the historical and cultural context of the authoritarian presidentialism that characterized Mexican politics in the s, the cult of wealth and celebrity promoted by Mexico’s professional photographers. Nacho Lopez, Mexican Photographer. First edition ed. University of Minnesota Press, currently maintained by the widow of Nacho López, Lucero Binnqüist, and their daughter, Citlalli López Binnqüist. A good selection of foreign photography on Mexico, the book nonetheless fulfills theCited by: 7. In Nacho López, Mexican Photographer, John Mraz offers the first full-length study in English of this influential photojournalist and provides a close visual analysis of more than fifty of López's most important photographs.