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.
|Publication date:||1st February 2003|
|Publisher:||University of Minnesota Press|
|Categories:||Biography: general, Individual artists, art monographs, Photographic reportage,|