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by Alessandro Bo Rohde


Photographs: Alessandro Bo Rohde

Text: Alessandro Bo Rohde

Publisher: Inframundo

84 pages

Year: 2018

Price: 95

Comments: 20x27 cm, bound by hand

In the 1950s a large number of immigrants from the United States, Canada and Europe discovered a secret paradise in which excesses, good life and art were available at a very low price.

Recently named as “The best city in the world”, this Mexican territory is currently known for its elegant spas, cafes, galleries and colorful houses that make it one of the most developed tourist destinations in the country, one that conceals underneath a past that few remember or would believe possible.
In this photographic series, the observer enters a time machine in which he becomes a witness of everyday scenarios and fragments that invite people to open themselves to questions without receiving a direct answer.
The book consists of a collection of archival photographs around the arrival of foreigners in San Miguel de Allende, GTO between the years 1950 – 1980, as well as original photographs currently captured by the author.


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Smail

by Alessandro Bo Rohde


Photographs: Alessandro Bo Rohde

Text: Alessandro Bo Rohde

Publisher: Inframundo

84 pages

Year: 2018

Price: 95

Comments: 20x27 cm, bound by hand

In the 1950s a large number of immigrants from the United States, Canada and Europe discovered a secret paradise in which excesses, good life and art were available at a very low price.

Recently named as “The best city in the world”, this Mexican territory is currently known for its elegant spas, cafes, galleries and colorful houses that make it one of the most developed tourist destinations in the country, one that conceals underneath a past that few remember or would believe possible.
In this photographic series, the observer enters a time machine in which he becomes a witness of everyday scenarios and fragments that invite people to open themselves to questions without receiving a direct answer.
The book consists of a collection of archival photographs around the arrival of foreigners in San Miguel de Allende, GTO between the years 1950 – 1980, as well as original photographs currently captured by the author.


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more books tagged »nature« | >> see all

more books tagged »Mexico« | >> see all

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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

Smail

by Alessandro Bo Rohde


Photographs: Alessandro Bo Rohde

Text: Alessandro Bo Rohde

Publisher: Inframundo

84 pages

Year: 2018

Price: 95

Comments: 20x27 cm, bound by hand

In the 1950s a large number of immigrants from the United States, Canada and Europe discovered a secret paradise in which excesses, good life and art were available at a very low price.

Recently named as “The best city in the world”, this Mexican territory is currently known for its elegant spas, cafes, galleries and colorful houses that make it one of the most developed tourist destinations in the country, one that conceals underneath a past that few remember or would believe possible.
In this photographic series, the observer enters a time machine in which he becomes a witness of everyday scenarios and fragments that invite people to open themselves to questions without receiving a direct answer.
The book consists of a collection of archival photographs around the arrival of foreigners in San Miguel de Allende, GTO between the years 1950 – 1980, as well as original photographs currently captured by the author.


more books tagged »landscape« | >> see all

more books tagged »nature« | >> see all

more books tagged »Mexico« | >> see all

more books tagged »handmade« | >> see all

more books tagged »everyday life« | >> see all

more books tagged »Colour« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com