Book ReviewLa Calle: On the Streets of MexicoA master of light, color, geometry and complex mise-en-scène, Magnum photographer Alex Webb plunges us into the vibrant streets, alleys and unseen corners of Mexico’s human landspaces.Read More
La Calle: On the Streets of Mexico
A master of light, color, geometry and complex mise-en-scène, Magnum photographer Alex Webb plunges us into the vibrant streets, alleys and unseen corners of Mexico’s human landspaces.
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