México, D.F: Troconi-Letayf & Campbell, 2020. Maple wooden container box that has a cover of a self-portrait of the artist, framed in the same material and protected with True Vue Museum Glass. Contents: A work portfolio with 9 photographs signed by the artist printed in archival quality digital print on Fine Art Rag paper of 295 grams, 100% cotton, at a size of 30 x 31.5 cm, bound in cartoné with Japanese stitching. A text by Guillermo Sheridan printed on Awagami Washi paper accompanies the work. An artist's book with portraits and testimonies of the artist, printed on Matt Fiber paper, 100% cotton of 200 grams, from Hahnemühle and Japanese paper Washi from Awagami, made in Japanese binding. The box also contains a certificate of authenticity signed by the author and a security seal from the publisher. Item #113904
SIGNED AND LIMITED EDITION OF 50 COPIES. Graciela Iturbide (Mexico, 1942) Recognized by Hasselblad Foundation with its prestigious International Photography Award in 2008. Iturbide has consolidated a trajectory that has earned recognition as the Photo Biennial of the National Institute of Fine Arts (Mexico, 1980); the Mois of the Photo (Paris, 1988); Hokkaido International Grand Prix (Japan, 1990); National Science and Arts Award, Mexico City (2008); Honorary Doctor of Arts from the San Francisco Art Institute (USA, 2009); Fine Arts Medal (Mexico, 2014), among others. The writer Guillermo Sheridan has expressed the "equilibrist" character of the artist and her work: "It is a perfection earned, extracted from technical experience and spiritual discipline, balanced in her measured love of the world, brimming with tribulation and joy. And it is when it all comes into balance that her photographic miracles occur: the always fresh eyes of the superior artist lead us by the hand toward our own eyes, which find, for a fleeting instant, their own equilibrium”.