Mexican writer and photographer Juan Rulfo (1917–86) is best known for his photographs of Mexican architecture, landscapes and rural communities. This project focuses on the railroads and rail yards in the north of Mexico City, an area that has since undergone extensive urban development.
Published by RM. Text by Juan Rulfo, Daniele de Luigi, Andrew Dempsey, Víctor Jiménez.
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.
Published by RM. Text by Andrew Depsey, Victor Jiménez.
Oaxaca has exercised a keen fascination on Mexican photographer and writer Juan Rulfo, since he first visited the state in the 1940s. In addition to the writings he undertook there, Rulfo also made some 350 photographs, placing an emphasis on architecture, landscape and the native population. These have been edited down to 50 photos for this beautifully designed homage.