Daniela Rossell

born 1973

Daniela Rossell, ‘Untitled’ 1999
Untitled 1999
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Daniela Rossell (born 1973, Mexico City) is a Mexican photographer best known for her portraits of the privileged Mexican elite, of which she herself is a member. Her photographs have been exhibited in Tate Modern, the National Museum of Women in the Arts, and MoMA PS1, among others. Her best-known work is Ricas y Famosas (published 2002), a photographic series portraying upper-class Mexican women, many whom had connections to the PRI Institutional Revolutionary Party.

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