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José Luis Cuevas: De la serie Sobre la resistencia de los cuerpos, 2014-2017
© José Luis Cuevas


LATITUDES - International Photography Festival

Nobuyoshi Araki » Alfred Briquet » Marcelo Brodsky » Martín Chambi » Alejandro Chaskielberg » José Luis Cuevas » Antoine d'Agata » Cristina De Middel » Alinka Echeverría » Pia Elizondo » Paz Errázuriz » Samuel Fosso » Carlos Ginzburg » Naoya Hatakeyama » Graciela Iturbide » Patricia Lagarde » Pablo Lecroisey » Eugenia Martinez » Zanele Muholi » Ricardo Nicolayevsky » Dulce Pinzón » Raghu Rai » Judith Romero » Pedro Slim » Gerardo Suter » Marcela Taboada » Diana Thater » Diana Thater » Pierre Verger » Garry Winogrand » & others

Exhibition: 24 Oct – 30 Dec 2017

Tue 24 Oct 19:30


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Wed-Sun 10-19

Antoine d'Agata: Libro Mala Noche 1991-1997
© Antoine d'Agata / Magnum Photos

International Photography Festival


October ‐ December 2017

136 venues
147 exhibitions
614 artists
23 cities

More information and complete program:

FOTOMÉXICO 2017, the International Photography Festival is a space for creativity, a reference in the reflection and dialogue about national and international photographic production, a diverse expression of the vitality, relevance, and strength of this medium and its creators.

From October to December, under the coordination of the Centro de la Imagen, FOTOMÉXICO 2017 is a forum open to the diverse and multiple works of our photographic creators. It is a meeting place for the photography community with venues in museums, galleries, and exhibition spaces that also join the Foto México Network’s initiatives.

Dedicated to theme of "Latitudes", this second edition of the festival offers plural, geographic, anthropological, and multidisciplinary perspectives, with exhibitions by renowned artists from Mexico, Brasil, Chile, France, Brasil, United States, Argentina, Peru, Spain, France, Germany, Scandinavia, India, Japan, South Africa, Mali and Nigeria, among others.

A broad program of parallel activities complements the festival, which for the first time organizes a call for entries to participate in portfolio review that brings together outstanding photographers, visual artists, and curators, to generate a dynamic of feedback with all those who have submitted their work. The Museo Amparo in Puebla once again opens its doors to host the International Photography Meeting 2017, an event not to be missed in this edition of the festival.

FOTOMÉXICO 2017 is an opportunity for the public to experience in this artistic expression that captures the moment to eternalize it through the multiple eyes of the photographic community. Talks by Simon Njami, William Ewing, Artur Walther, Mónica Allende, Christine Thomas, Iatã Cannabrava, Antoine D'Agata, Bezhad Farazollahi, Romina Resuche, Gerardo Suter and Chuck Samuels.

f© Samuel Fosso, courtesy JM Patras / Paris

The program includes the following exhibitions:

• Centro de la Imagen
José Luis Cuevas: " Two essays"
Antoine d'Agata: "Codex. Mexico 1986 - 2016"
Diana Thater: "Continuous. Contiguous y Red Flowers"

• Museo Amparo

"Paz Errázuriz" (Mapfre Foundation)
" Structures of Identity: Photography from The Walther Collection"

• Museo Nacional de Antropología

" Down—to—earth. Pierre Verger in Mexico"

• Museo Tamayo

"Martín Chambi and his Contemporaries Portraits of an Andean Culture in the Early 20th Century"

• Centro Nacional de las Artes

"Dislocating Surfaces" / "KIII-Pantonecrópolis Columbarium”

• Museo de Arte Moderno

" The Most Beautiful Part. Pedro Slim Photography Collection"

• Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil

" Carlos Ginzburg’s voyages, 1972-2017"

• Museo Archivo de la Fotografía

Naoya Hatakeyama: "Rikuzentakata among others"

More information and complete program:

In the context of FOTOMEXICO 2017, the Centro de la Imagen and the Academia de Artes Visuales (aavi) organize the first portfolio reviews from October 23 to 25.
A committee comprised of recognized Mexican photographers and curators have selected 60 artists to present their portfolios to a group of specialists from different countries. This panel of experts will also choose the most outstanding portfolio that will be awarded different prizes.

Martin Chambi: Incendio en la cumbre del Huayna Picchu, Machu Picchu, 1928
Colección Jan Mulder
© Martin Chambi
© Eugenia Martínez
© Dulce Pinzón
El enigma de las 4 “E” © Pablo Lecroisey
Three Generations. Tomoko Hida, Sana Hida & Yoshimi Hida (mother, daughter and grandmother) pose in the remains of their home one and half years after it was destroyed by the tsunami. © Alejandro Chaskielberg.
Baño X, de la serie Antesala de un desnudo, 1999 © Paz Errázuriz