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/Toluca Éditions. Text by Alejandro Hernández Gálvez, Cristóbal Jácome-Moreno.
In this photo-essay, Pablo López Luz (born 1979) documents buildings in Mexico City that have been constructed using the volcanic stone known as tezontle—a material that evokes the massive forms of pre-Columbian architecture.
Published by RM/Toluca Editions/NEWWER. Text by Eduardo Antonio Parra.
Frontera, by Mexican landscape photographer Pablo López Luz (born 1979), examines the Mexico–US border—the most transited border in the world, now famously the site of much political debate—in aerial photographs from both sides.
Published by RM/Toluca Editions. Text by Alfonso Morales.
In Pyramid, Mexican photographer Pablo López Luz (born 1979) depicts the strong presence of pre-Hispanic culture in Mexico City. Documenting the pyramidal patterns scattered throughout the capital, Luz explores the ways in which modern architecture and vernacular taste update these symbolic forms in contemporary urban contexts.