Photography

The photographic works in the National Museum of Mexican Art’s permanent collection include a variety of media ranging from vintage albumen prints to contemporary laser-generated images. The subject matter spans documentary photographs of 19th-century Mexico and the Mexican Revolution to recent mixed-media assemblages. There are approximately five hundered photos in the museum's collection.

 

These photographers are represented:

Gordon C. Abbott

Alicia Ahumada

Jonathan D. Amith

Manuel Alvarez Bravo

Mary J. Andrade

Lucienne Bloch

Gertrude "Trudy" Blom

Hugo Brehme

Abel Briquet

Reva Brooks

Mario Bucovich

Charles Burlingame

Valerie C. Burton

Leonard Buschman

Veronica Cardoso Nagel

Agustin V. Casasola

Julio Castellanos

Maria Rosenda Cruz-Vasquez

Dorothy Decatur

Arturo Vera Dominguez

Rafael Doniz

Stephen Deutch

Shirley I. Fisher

Alex Galindo

Flor Garduño

Tony Gleaton

Manuel Gonzalez de la Parra

Bernard Gumpert Silberstein

J. C. Hatton

Fritz Henle

William Henry Jackson

Maria Hernandez Jimenez

Jessie Herrera

W. A. Heth

Richard B. Holt

Graciela Iturbide

George O. Jackson, Jr.

Guillermo Kahlo

Louis Kaufman

Ronald W. Krajewski

Edgar Ladrón de Guevara

Betty LaDuke

Analu and Niño Maria Lopez

Margarita Lopez-Hernandez

Alejandro Lugo

Jose Maria Lupercio

Maud Martin

Eniac Martinez

W. Meicbert

Pedro Meyer

Irwin Nash

Robert Natkin

Daniel Nierman

Hugo Ortega

Ruben Ortiz-Torres

Patricia Peña

Paul Perez

Alan Pogue

Neal Pressly

Al Rendon

Frances Rhoads Morley

Artemio Rodriguez

Heriberto Rodriguez

Jose Angel Rodriguez

Milton Rogovin

Luis Marquez Romay

Joan Romero

Marisela Salas

Jesus Sanchez-Uribe

Amado Joaquín Santamaria

Joaquín Santamaría

Lucia Santiz-Giron

Maruch Santiz Gomez

James Sawders

Ray Stevens

Charles D. Townsend

Kathy Vargas

Ron Wilkins

Mariana Yampolsky