This is a beautiful, unconventional book about photographer Graciela Iturbide. The writing by Isabel Quintero is simple, as are the beautiful drawings by Zeke Peña.
While I loved the illustrations, and the way Iturbide's photographs were both drawn and embedded, only the most serious of high school students will enjoy the text. One comes away from the book knowing very little about the artist's life, but a great deal about how her work has been interpreted. This book will find favor among students of art and photography at the college level and beyond. (Note: IndyPL call number places this book in the Teen collection - worth the trek if you're not a teen!)
A fascinating look at Graciela Iturbide's influences and inspiration for her iconic photography.
Good visuals. Samples from the subject's life. I was underwhelmed overall.
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