Guadalupe

This unique book explores the history and iconography of “Guadalupe”, from the Aztec Tonantzin, through its introduction into the New Spain territories, until its use in international contemporary social movements. A key image that contributed to the formation of a whole Nation.

 

 

Book

Photographs

Alejandro Gómez de Tuddo & Basilisco Archives, Archivo General de la Nación, Fototeca INAH Archives, Pablo Aguinaco, Graciela Iturbide & others.

Research & texts

Carla Zarebska

Original idea

Uroboros-Basilisco

Language

Spanish & English

Publishers 

Uroboros-Basilisco & Zare Books

ISBN english version

970-91615-5-5

ISBN spanish version

970-91615-4-7

Firs edition

2002 

      

   

Technical specifications

Cover                              

Hard bound & paper bound

Format

Portrait

Size

8.7 x 10 (extended 17.4 x 10 in)

Extend

360 pages

Copies

10,000 (3,000 in english & 7,000 in spanish)


Materials 
 

– Hard Bound –

Cover                   

2 mm fray board, wrapped with cloth & embossing

Sleeve

200 g. mica

Ends

200 g. couché semi matte paper

Interior

200 g. semi matte couché paper. Spot varnished images                                          

– Paper Back –

Cover                      

2 mm frayboard, wrapped with 200 g. semi matte couché paper with matte lamination

Interior

200 g.  semi matte couché paper. Spot varnished images

Printing 

Sleeve              

1c x 0 

Ends

1c x 0 & spot varnished                                                    

Inside

5c x 5c                                                                                                                       

 Binding

Smyth sawn

 

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