Curated by Elizabeth Ferrer
"A large part of Pedro Meyer’s photography has been shot in Mexico, his home since he arrived from Spain with his parents at the age of two. So it is not surprising that this collection numbers more than 80,000 images (for the moment) of a Mexico lived for more than half a century, reflecting Meyer’s professional development and that of photography as a medium. The historicity of this iconographic complex is undeniable, whether seen diachronically or synchronically. It is in the shots of Mexico City and several regions of the country; from Pedro’s initial experiments in the mid 1950s to the most recent; in black and white, color, or digital images.