Fernando Brito was a marketing graduate who couldn't find a job in his hometown of Culiacán. His photographer brother turned down a photo editor job at a newspaper there, but recommended Brito, who up to that point had taken photos only as a hobby. Brito says the paper was "half violence and half family." Every front page would have a "dead body, a seminude woman and 'tips for the family'" — basically articles for homemakers with tips for tasty and... More >>>
Courtesy of the artist
Fernando Brito's Untitled from Tus Pasos se Perdieron con el Paisaje, 2010-2012 is one of his many records of death.