San Francisco, CA: Malulu Editions, 2013. Folio of 20 images. 13” x 19” Pigment ink on archival paper. Item #114872
Edition of 15. "Folio. 20 images. Edition of 15. 13" x 19" pigment on paper. Buffered interleaving paper. Hand crafted box with magnetic closures. 56-page perfect bound monograph 8.5" x 11". Text by Luis Delgado. Edited by Marlita Kahn."--Front colophon. "Cameras: Hasselblad and Mamiya 6. Film: Kodak TXP 120-220, Kodak VPN 120, Konica Infrared 120. Film processed by John O'Leary and Luis Delgado. Scans: Imacon. Prints: Illford Gallerie Fiber Silk, Epson K3 pigment. Presentation box: Dreaming Mind."--Back colophon. A selection of portrait photographs by photographer & artist book maker Luis Delgado of the carnivals celebrated every year in the states of Tlaxcala and Puebla where the use of masks or face painting is an important part of their outfits and that differ according to the demarcation and ethnic group. Includes images from the Carnival of Tlaxcala of the troupes of huehues from 40 municipalities satirizing the traits of Spanish conquistadors and the Carnival in in Huejotzingo, Puebla with the recreation of the battle between invading French soldiers, called Zuavos and their hired mercenaries the Turcos against the Mexican forces called the Indios Serranos and the Zacapoaxtlas. Malulu Editions publishes artistic works of unique cultural significance and aesthetic significance, focusing on works from late 20th century and contemporary North and Latin America. TEXTS IN ENGLISH AND SPANISH.