9 February – 24 March 2017

Michael Hoppen Gallery, London


 From 1948 until his forced retirement in 1979, the Mexican photographer Enrique Metinides took thousands of images and followed hundreds of stories in and around Mexico City. And what images and stories they were: car wrecks and train derailments, a bi-plane crashed on to a roof, street stabbings and shootings in the park, apartments and petrol stations set alight, earthquakes, accidental explosions, suicides, manslaughters, murder.
Enrique Metinides
Mexico City (VW burning), 1951
Signed, dated editioned by artist in black pen on verso
Silver gelatin print
40.2 x 50.2 cm
Edition of 15

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