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90 x 66 cm
35.43 x 26 in

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Medium: Archival pigment print. Ed. 6 + 2 A.P.

About the Artist

1952 , Mexico

Born in 1952, México. He lives and works in Mexico City. In the span of his thirty-year long career, Pablo Ortiz Monasterio has published more than twenty books of his photographic work. The Last City with a text by José Emilio Pacheco received the Best photo book by Spring Photo Fest Barcelona and the Gold Eye Award by the Festival des Trois Continents, 1997, France. He had solo exhibitions at the Museo de Arte Moderno, in the Centro de la Imagen, and the Palacio Bellas Artes. in Mexico City, as well as in museums and galleries from USA, Brazil, Argentina, Venezuela, Ecuador, Cuba, Spain, UK, France, Netherlands, Portugal and Italy. In 2001 he was invited as a curator at the PhotoEspaña festival of Madrid. Ortiz Monasterio has taught workshops on photography and editing in the United States, Cuba, Spain, Argentina, Ecuador, Brazil and Mexico. He has directed three Mexican publishing projects: the magazine Luna Cornea, Indian River Light, and Mexico’s culture ministry’s pocket art book series Círculo de Arte. He was a founding member of the Mexican Council of Photography, and in 1994 he founded the public institution Centro de la Imagen. His work has been awarded at Mexico Cities Bienal de fotografía, and the Golden Eye in France and the Award for Best Photographic Book of 1996-1997, granted by the Spring Festival Photo of Barcelona, ​​for his book

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