Over the past 50 years, Mexican photographer Enrique Metinides has been capturing the tragic world of crime in his country. Working for local newspapers and the nota roja crime press, he snapped shots of murders, car crashes and catastrophes, compiling a poetic depiction of life on the streets of Mexico City. Showcasing the grisly reality of criminal activity in the country, the images are macabre in their subject matter yet beautiful in their execution, revealing portraits of outlaws, distressed families, and heroic emergency workers. - Katherine Brooks
- 192 pages
- Dimensions: 9" x 11"