Marcos López has been one of the undisputed referents in Latin American photography for the past 40 years. Creator of the Latin Pop concept, connoisseur of the games of representation, portrait photographer par excellence, he opens his intimacy in this neurotic process of infinite moves and changes.
With tenderness, humor—who knew a visit to the dentist could be this fun?—and a piercing eye for depicting family relationships, López explores the art and life of Argentine artist Marcos López. This is a portrait of the artist, yes, but also a look at society at a moment in time like no other.
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