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Oaxaca, 1999

On his first roll of photographs, Gerardo Nigenda described the different common environments where he lived and worked: his house, the DIF Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired, the Jorge Luis Borges Library—dedicated to that same purpose, the Manuel Álvarez Bravo Photography Center and a handful of situations in downtown Oaxaca.

These photographs characterize Nigenda based on his most immediate environments while revealing his exploration of what to do with a camera.