Lourdes Grobet spent three decades photographing Mexicoâ€™s wildly popular professional wrestling, documenting the lives of the fighters inside and outside the ring. The excesses, roughness, and fragility of this sport are captured by her lens.
Janet Jarman, an award winning American photographer based in Mexico, and Mario BellatÃn, one of Latin America’s most important experimental writers, collaborate on this essay about anguish and solitude in the big city.
Eniac MartÃnez shows his vision of Mexico City, comprised of a series of images shot during the production of the movie Vivir Mata (Living Kills). A conversation with a creator who makes experimentation a method and work a destination.
Monda Photo, Mexico’s most respected photography collective, brings us an essay about the controversial Santa Muerte religious sect in the Tepito barrio, accompanied by an insightful article by Laura Emilia Pacheco.
We present two pieces on San Telmo and La Boca, Buenos Airesâ€™ oldest neighborhoods. The stories were made for the Latin American edition of National Geographic magazine by Adrian Perez and Maria Mansilla.