Domingo por la tarde, 2013
Mexican photographer Yolanda Andrade, while photographing streets, cities and cultural artifacts, examines the relationship between representation and reality. This group of photographs highlights still life and night scenes.
Jardín-Nocturno, Oaxaca, 2015
Paisaje-San-Agustin, Corr, 2015
El vestido azul, 2011
Ex Votos and Roses, 2011
Fan Shadow and Child, Campeche, 2014
Road, Oaxaca, 2015
Yolanda Andrade studied photography at the Visual Studies Workshop in Rochester, NY (1976-1977), and has worked as a photographer since 1977. She is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship (1994) and several grants from the National Endowment for Culture and the Arts (FONCA) in Mexico to fund photographic and publishing projects (1993, 1997, 2000, 2003). Andrade has exhibited extensively in Mexico, the United States, and Europe, including over twenty-five solo shows.