HUGO BREHME, Cuernavaca, Mexico, c. 1920, 13.25 x 10.5″, gelatin silver print.
Obscura Gallery is excited to debut a solo exhibition by Hugo Brehme,
one of the earliest Modern photographers working in Mexico in the early 20th
Century. This photographic exhibition will include photographs and postcards focused on iconic Mexican subjects from that time period including scenic landscapes, colonial architecture, and the everyday life of indigenous peoples. Complementing the work of Hugo Brehme, we will also have a small selection of work by Manuel Alvarez Bravo
, a prominent Modern Mexican photographer heavily influenced by Brehme, as well as Mexican photographer Manuel Carrillo
who resonated his predecessor in the beauty and authenticity of photographing his culture in the mid to later part of the 20th
HUGO BREHME, Amecameca, Mexico, c. 1920's, 13 x 10.25", gelatin silver print.
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