El Cuervo, Chihuahua, 1992

by Larry towell



Three of Herman Fehr's brothers in their father's (Ramon Fehr's) kitchen. El Cuervo, Janos. Chihuahua, Mexico. 1992



6″ x 6″ Magnum Square print

Fuji Crystal Archival Matte paper

Signed on verso by Larry Towell

Mint condition


Artist Bio

Larry Towell’s business card reads ‘Human Being’. Experience as a poet and a folk musician have done much to shape his personal style. The son of a car repairman, Towell grew up in a large family in rural Ontario, Canada. During studies in visual arts at Toronto’s York University, he was given a camera and taught how to process black and white film. A stint of volunteer work in Calcutta in 1976 provoked Towell to photograph and write. Back in Canada, he taught folk music to support himself and his family. In 1984, he became a freelance photographer and writer focusing on the dispossessed, exile and peasant rebellion.


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