Photo Graciela Iturbide
CFMAB
Oaxaca / Mexico

The CFMAB / Centro Fotográfico Manuel Álvarez Bravo is a space created to promote the photographic image through exhibitions, workshops, and conferences. Dedicated to one of the greatest exponents of twentieth-century Mexican photography, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, founded by Francisco Toledo in 1996, with the presence of photographer Manuel Álvarez Bravo.

The CFMAB has seven exhibition halls in which temporary exhibitions are exhibited dedicated to photography and its variants. Since its inauguration, the CFMAB has housed around 200 examples between individual and collective photographers, including Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Nacho López, Walter Reuter, Lola Álvarez Bravo, Donald Codry, Sebastiao Salgado, Josef Koudelka, Mary Ellen Mark, Francis Giacobetti, Kart Blossfeldt, Gabriel Orozco, Juan Rulfo, Graciela Iturbide, William Eggleston, Wim Wenders, Edward Weston, Alberto García-Álix, Roger Ballen, among others.

CFMAB
Oaxaca / Mexico

The CFMAB / Centro Fotográfico Manuel Álvarez Bravo is a space created to promote the photographic image through exhibitions, workshops, and conferences. Dedicated to one of the greatest exponents of twentieth-century Mexican photography, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, founded by Francisco Toledo in 1996, with the presence of photographer Manuel Álvarez Bravo.

The CFMAB has seven exhibition halls in which temporary exhibitions are exhibited dedicated to photography and its variants. Since its inauguration, the CFMAB has housed around 200 examples between individual and collective photographers, including Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Nacho López, Walter Reuter, Lola Álvarez Bravo, Donald Codry, Sebastiao Salgado, Josef Koudelka, Mary Ellen Mark, Francis Giacobetti, Kart Blossfeldt, Gabriel Orozco, Juan Rulfo, Graciela Iturbide, William Eggleston, Wim Wenders, Edward Weston, Alberto García-Álix, Roger Ballen, among others.

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