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  • Nolwenn Chauvin

    Graciela Iturbide, "Nuestra Senora de las Iguanas", photographie, 1979. © Graciela Iturbide

  • Ruben Martinez

    Graciela Iturbide. Nuestra Señora de las iguanas, Juchitan, Mexico, 1979, Plata Sobre gelatina

  • Christien An

    from photographer Graciela Iturbide, Nuestra Señora delas Iguanas [Our Lady of the Iguanas], Juchitán, Mexico

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