London: Ridinghouse in association with The Photographer's Gallery, Thomas Dane Ltd and kurimanzutto, 2003. First Edition. Large format hardcover (24.5 x 27.5cm); pp. 134, [2, blank], richly illustrated with both black and white and colour photography; pictorial paper covered boards with lettering in yellow on the spine and front cover; navy endpapers.
Spine is very faintly sunned; minor bruising to the hinges at the head and the tail of the spine and the corners; occasional shallow dings (1mm) to the edges of the boards; top edge of text block lightly dust toned with very occasional flecks of foxing; faint age toning to the outer margins of the pages but otherwise clean and bright throughout. Item #1267
Enrique Metinides (1934-present) is a Mexican photojournalist particularly known for his crime photography. While his work was originally published in newspapers, it has gone on to be exhibited in an artistic context in galleries. This volume includes, in both Spanish and English, a foreward by Geoff Dyer, interview by Gabriel Kuri and an essay by Nestor Garcia Canclini.