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Pablo Lopez Luz: Baja Moda

Pablo Lopez Luz: Baja Moda
Pablo Lopez Luz: Baja Moda
Pablo Lopez Luz: Baja Moda
Identity and resistance: portraits of storefronts throughout Latin America. Amid the proliferatio...
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Identity and resistance: portraits of storefronts throughout Latin America.

Amid the proliferation of global brand stores in Latin American cities, Mexico City-based photographer Pablo López Luz (born 1979) documented the humble storefronts of small businesses, enduring bulwarks against ever-advancing capitalism.

Published by RM, 2022

12.0 x 11.3in.

Hardcover, 98 pages

ISBN 8417975888

Pablo Lopez Luz: Baja Moda
Pablo Lopez Luz: Baja Moda
Pablo Lopez Luz: Baja Moda
Pablo Lopez Luz: Baja Moda
Pablo Lopez Luz: Baja Moda
Pablo Lopez Luz: Baja Moda

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