Mexican photographer Pablo Ortiz Monasterio (born 1952) travelled to Buenos Aires three times between 2016 and 2018, photographing the city’s women as the “me too” movement gained traction across South America. This book presents his photos from these trips, highlighting the latent but palpable power of women.
Chilean photographer Carlos Rivera Segovia (born 1956) and Mexican photographer Pablo Ortíz Monasterio (born 1952) contribute black-and-white and color images, respectively, to this collaborative portrait of the emblematic Chilean port Valparaíso. Their work is inspired by Sergio Larraín’s images of Valparaíso from the 1950s and ’60s.
Published by RM/Conaculta. Text by José Manuel Prieto.
Founded in 1958, Akadem Gorodok was the principal educational and scientific center of Siberia (in the former USSR), with 65,000 scientists and more than 25 miles of underground rooms. This book by Mexican photographer Pablo Ortiz Monasterio (born 1952) reveals the lab's secret interiors.