SET­TING A NEW STAN­DARD IN ARTIST BI­OGRA­PHIES

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A Zapotec wo­man wear­ing a crown of live igua­nas is one of Mex­i­can pho­tog­ra­pher Gra­ciela Itur­bide’s most iconic works. Au­thor Is­abel Quin­tero and il­lus­tra­tor Zeke Peña ex­plore the sto­ries and cre­ative process be­hind this and other images in their ac­claimed graphic bi­og­ra­phy Pho­to­graphic:

The Life of Gra­ciela Itur­bide. Learn about the col­lab­o­ra­tion among Quin­tero, Peña, and Itur­bide her­self to cre­ate a book that Quin­tero de­scribes as a “mash-up of an art book, bi­og­ra­phy and graphic novel” at getty.edu/world.

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