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Mauricio Palos

San Luis Potosí, 1981

It explores a variety of themes related to human rights, migration, historical memory and conflicts related to the territory. In 2010, he published his first book called My Perro Rano, Crónicas de Centroamérica published by Editorial RM and one of his last books Is This Tomorrow published by Casa del Ahuizote in 2019 was Shorlisted  en Arles, Les Recontres de la Photograhie, Prix Photo Text, 2019.

Member of the National System of Art Creators of Mexico 2019-2021. His work has been exhibited collectively at various international festivals, including Photoespaña and Fotofestival Knnoke in Heist, Belgium. as well as at Images singulières in Sète, France, the Bronx Documentary Center New York.

Individually, he has exhibited at the Centro de la Imagen, Mexico City, Manuel Álvarez Bravo Photographic Center, Oaxaca and the Museum of Contemporary Art of San Luis Potosí.


He is the founder of the Tenexcalco Cultural Center, an artistic and cultural center located in the Huasteca Potosina, which mixes activities such as the strengthening of local cultural knowledge, narrative workshops through radio, writing and the performing arts, in a rural area where the Mauricio's family is original.

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