I’ve never been interested in photojournalism that attempts to tell a story through several pictures. I’ve always sought out pictures that tell a story in themselves, letting each viewer see a story that suits them. For me, a good photograph is one that tells a different story to each person who sees it
In the panorama that leads from the Revolution to today, one figure stands out, a part of photographic history, winner of the prestigious W. Eugene Smith and Hasselblad Foundation prizes, and certainly most characteristic above all of what might be considered “Mexican photography”. Her name is Graciela Iturbide.