Photographs by Juan Rulfo. Text by Juan Rulfo, Daniele de Luigi, Andrew
Dempsey, Víctor Jiménez.
140 pp., 140 duotone illustrations, 9¾x12".
Photographer and novelist Juan Rulfo (1917–1986)
bequeathed to posterity a vast archive of some
6,000 photographs, and this monograph is the
first publication to draw on this archive.
Thematized around images of Mexican architecture,
landscapes and village life, family, friends,
artists and writers, it also includes essays by Rulfo
on Cartier-Bresson and Nacho López.