torso and arms of a woman wearing a sweater, skirt, and shirt with horizontal stripes of various widths, in front of a plaid fabric panel, holding a framed photograph of a young woman wearing a headscarf and vertically striped blouse, with a horizontal line across her cheeks and nose and geometric designs on her cheeks

%C2%A9 Graciela Iturbide

Retrato Seri, 1979

Celebrated Mexican photographer Graciela Iturbide is known for her groundbreaking documentary work within indigenous communities throughout Mexico. Bringing a feminist lens to her practice, Iturbide has created a large and varied body of work representing a range of traditions, rituals, and everyday experiences relevant to Mexican women and families. Balanced in their composition, playful in subject matter, striking in their tonal range, these photographs stand as prime examples of Iturbide’s talents as photographer and printer.

Details
Title
Retrato Seri
Artist Life
born 1942
Role
Photographer
Accession Number
2019.29.2
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torso and arms of a woman wearing a sweater, skirt, and shirt with horizontal stripes of various widths, in front of a plaid fabric panel, holding a framed photograph of a young woman wearing a headscarf and vertically striped blouse, with a horizontal line across her cheeks and nose and geometric designs on her cheeks

© Graciela Iturbide

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