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100 photographs by Juan Rulfo

The images were organized by the authors in four sections that reflect the preferences of Rulfo and are, at the same time, a reflection of the content of the collection. In the first one the architecture was located, which is the most numerous subject in the archive. In the second, the landscape. Later the towns, their streets and inhabitants. And in the last section, something little exploited by Rulfo but present: the portrait.

The edition is work of the review that the investigators Andrew Dempsey and Daniele De Luigi who realized of the total of the photographic stock of Rulfo, is a selection that includes in addition to unpublished images, photos published a long time and the already classic.

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