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Manuel Álvarez Bravo Dos pares de piernas 1928-29

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Manuel Alvarez Bravo - El umbral, 1947

esta no es la felicidad ™ - pie de foto contiene enlace externo

Manuel Álvarez Bravo. “Dos Pares de Piernas (Two Pairs of Legs)”. 1928.

Manuel Álvarez Bravo. “Dos Pares de Piernas (Two Pairs of Legs)”. 1928.

Dos pares de piernas (1928-29). Manuel Álvarez Bravo

Dos pares de piernas Manuel Álvarez Bravo

Manuel Alarez Bravo, Somewhat Gay and Graceful, 1942. I love the interest of just the legs.

[Somewhat Gay and Graceful]/[Un Poco alegre y graciosa]; Manuel Álvarez Bravo (Mexican, 1902 - Gelatin silver print; x cm x 9 in.); J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California

Un encuentro entre Octavio Paz y Manuel Álvarez Bravo  Poema Cara al Tiempo

Un encuentro entre Paz y Álvarez Bravo

The official website of the Association Manuel Alvarez Bravo,El sitio oficial de la Asociacion Manuel Álvarez Bravo AC

In Manuel Álvarez Bravo’s Two Pairs of Legs, 1931, a peeling billboard shows only the legs of its fashion models, laying bare the façade beneath. The image appears flat, but the dark windows suggest an unknown private space lurking behind. Álvarez Bravo depicted with sensitive lyricism and rich symbolism the culture, people, and landscape of his native Mexico. His often mystical images prompted surrealist leader André Breton, who met Álvarez Bravo on a visit to Mexico in 1938, to dub him

In Manuel Álvarez Bravo’s Two Pairs of Legs, 1931, a peeling billboard shows only the legs of its fashion models, laying bare the façade beneath. The image appears flat, but the dark windows suggest an unknown private space lurking behind. Álvarez Bravo depicted with sensitive lyricism and rich symbolism the culture, people, and landscape of his native Mexico. His often mystical images prompted surrealist leader André Breton, who met Álvarez Bravo on a visit to Mexico in 1938, to dub him

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