California-born, Mexico City–based photographer Yvonne Venegas (born 1971) juxtaposes women’s poses in photographs taken by men with the poses of men in celebrated examples of self-portraiture, questioning the link between gender and nature by highlighting the plasticity of bodies in front of the camera.
Published by RM/MUAC. Text by Cuauhtémoc Medina, Yvonne Venegas.
In Special Days, Mexico City–based photographer Yvonne Venegas (born 1970) gathers archival photographs collected by her father in Tijuana and Baja California in 1972. These photographs reveal the routines of the emergent middle class living in the border city in the 1970s and ’80s.
Mexico City–based photographer Yvonne Venegas (born 1970) spent three years photographing the wealthiest and most highly developed areas in Latin America. These photographs are collected in this publication, offering a rare and complex glimpse into the lives of the Latin American elite.
Published by Editorial RM. Foreword by Cuauhtémoc Medina.
Gestus is the third monograph on Californian photographer Yvonne Venegas (born 1970). The book explores Venegas’ portraiture in Mexico City, including representations of people recruited through classified ads and flyers, as well as images of other photographers working during portrait sessions.
In the second photobook from the acclaimed Magnum Award winner (2010), Mexican photographer Yvonne Venegas (born 1970) documents the final months of the filming of the hugely successful “telenovela” Rebelde. Inédito is a revealing portrait of a discourse that is consumed daily by millions of Mexican- and Spanish-speaking viewers.