México: Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes, CONACULTA, Centro de la Imagen, 1995. 23cm. 168,(viii)p b/w plates, ports, draws, advts., color pict. fldg. wrps. ISSN: 0188-8005 Journal devoted to Mexican photographic arts. Texts and images examine photographers, time periods, and movements. Contents for this number include:Num. 7, 1995: NUEVO MEXICO. NEW BILINGUAL EDITION. 4 articles deal with contemporary photography in New Mexico and the Navajo Indians: Images of Plossu and Robert Frank; Interview with and some unknown images by Robert Frank. 2 articles on contemporary photographers working out of New Mexico: one from the local perspective by James Crump, the other by Mexico-based writer Osvaldo Sánchez. ENGLISH AND SPANISH EDITION (Inventory #: 81789)
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