"Los cohetes duraron todo el dia" is noted Mexican photographer Pedro Meyer's 1988 socially conscious photo essay commissioned by the national petroleum company Pemex to coincide with its fiftieth anniversary.
Vincent Gallo and his then girlfriend Bethany Ritz on a trip in a Toyota Celica. The result is Live, Love, Drive, the book and the eponymous short silent film, probably the coolest car commercial ever made. Designed by Hideki Nakajima.
Two chains of portraits that are read in the opposite direction; on the one hand, famous Mexicans who flood the press with their faces; on the other, portraits taken at random of countless disappeared in Mexico that flood their posters, posts and street walls. It seems that some are made to make others invisible.
This book of Lori Sammartino could be a snapshot album, or a feature film in black and white, or a notebook written with the camera in which the subject is always the same, but declined in numerous variations.
The Japanese photographer's first book published in 1971, Maybe Maybe is a small masterpiece of black and white photographic book, sensitively capturing the social landscape of the United States during the Vietnam War.