El Ensueño by Manuel Álvarez Bravo
Manuel Alvarez Bravo era un fotografo desde 1902-2002. Sus fotos ilustraron la gente real en mexico y tambien su cultura folclórico, en la que la mayoría de sus fotos tienen el propósito de capturar la belleza y el estado natural de México. Esta foto se puede representar la obra de "Bernarda Alba" porque en la foto, la chica cepillado el pelo de la otra chica indica que uno esta cuidando al otro. Esto compara con Poncia en la obra porque ella encarga a las chicas en la casa.
Lola Alvarez Bravo - Dormido/Sleeping 1941. @designerwallace
Frida Kahlo in the artist’s studio by Manuel Alvarez Bravo, 1932  I’m posting these gorgeous B&W portraits of Mexican artist  Frida Kahlo because A) they’re all simply wonderful and B) there’s never enough Frida as far as I’m concerned.  Enjoy!   Frida Kahlo by Lucienne Bloch, 1933    Frida Kahlo by Lucienne Bloch, 1935    Frida Kahlo by Lola Alvarez Bravo, 1944    1932. Photograph by W.J. Stettler    Frida Kahlo by Leo Matiz, 1946    Frida Kahlo by Leo Matiz, 1941    1937    Frida Kahlo…
Leon #Trotsky, Diego #Rivera and Andre #Breton [Manuel Álvarez Bravo (30´s)]
retablo de atlatlahucan, mexico, 1950-58    photo by manuel álvarez bravo,
Civilización es el estilo, la manera que tiene una sociedad de vivir, convivir  y morir. [...] pero sobre todo es la parte sumergida, invisible de una sociedad: las creencias, los deseos, los miedos, las represiones, los sueños. Octavio Paz (Posiciones y contraposiciones), Foto: Manuel Alvarez Bravo

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