Mexico City: Editorial RM, 2009. Hardcover. The Mexican artist known as Dr. Lakra embellishes 1950s pinup-magazine reproductions to introduce a content not only irreverent but uncomfortable (and certainly contrary to the intentions of his soft-porn source material)--mortality. The series of works that comprise this velvet-bound volume began with a collection...
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Mexico City: A&R, 2006. Hardcover First Edition. 8.5 x 11 in. / 232 pgs / 24 color / 184 bw. This scrapbook documents Abraham Cruzvillegas and Dr. Lakra's recent and provocative exhibit of drawings, sculptures, objects and miscellany at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Oaxaca, Mexico, and honors the...
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New York: Aperture, 2006. hardcover. Martin Parr embraces Mexico wholeheartedly exploring its' cultural cliches - the cathlotic vernacular, its' fashion, food, tourism and the brands of global consumerism all equally set alongside each. Text by Rogelio Villarreal.
Portland: Nazraeli Press, 2005. hardcover. Alessandra Sanguinetti?s vivid color photographs of farm life depicting the brutal coexistence of people and animals leave us with an enduring sense of ritual and truth.
Amsterdam: Art View, 2001. softcover.
Paris / London: Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain / Thames & Hudson, 2001. hardcover.
Tokyo: OGM Inc, 1987.