A self-referential analysis of middle-class, suburban Mexico City.  “Dante Busquets examines social stratification of the Mexican culture in Sateluco: from 10 to 20. This project, which received the prestigious acquisition prize in the  XII Photography Biennial  in Mexico, features suburban landscapes from   Ciudad Satélite  , a region that developed north of Mexico City in the 1960s. The progression of this project led to Busquets’ exploration of his environment in the search to define, look through and reaffirm many things: identity, family, friendship, and society.”   Madeline Yale  - Curator, Houston Center of Photography.
       
     
cerro de moctezuma.jpg
       
     
closet de enrique.jpg
       
     
valerie.jpg
       
     
album_04.jpg
       
     
Chally Vass.jpg
       
     
de usos multiples.jpg
       
     
peniche.jpg
       
     
andres.jpg
       
     
album_02.jpg
       
     
tkt, 2005.jpg
       
     
ponchadura.jpg
       
     
alberca_vass.jpg
       
     
presa madin.jpg
       
     
Andrea, Pablo y Karen.jpg
       
     
Arquitectura.jpg
       
     
geraldine_y_mario.jpg
       
     
album_05.jpg
       
     
torres de satelite.jpg
       
     
bizarro.jpg
       
     
acropolis.jpg
       
     
album_03.jpg
       
     
boulevares 2007.jpg
       
     
alcanfores.jpg
       
     
Sateluco Enrique Greenwell.jpg
       
     
boulevares.JPG
       
     
concordia.jpg
       
     
toreo.jpg
       
     
autobutic 2007.jpg
       
     
album_01.jpg
       
     
Sateluco Universidad La Salle.jpg
       
     
UVM Lomas Verdes, 2007.jpg
       
     
El_Guero.jpg
       
     
oso.jpg
       
     
torres_de_satelite_corredor.jpg
       
     
Monocromos Torres 2012.jpg
       
     
 A self-referential analysis of middle-class, suburban Mexico City.  “Dante Busquets examines social stratification of the Mexican culture in Sateluco: from 10 to 20. This project, which received the prestigious acquisition prize in the  XII Photography Biennial  in Mexico, features suburban landscapes from   Ciudad Satélite  , a region that developed north of Mexico City in the 1960s. The progression of this project led to Busquets’ exploration of his environment in the search to define, look through and reaffirm many things: identity, family, friendship, and society.”   Madeline Yale  - Curator, Houston Center of Photography.
       
     

A self-referential analysis of middle-class, suburban Mexico City.

“Dante Busquets examines social stratification of the Mexican culture in Sateluco: from 10 to 20. This project, which received the prestigious acquisition prize in the XII Photography Biennial in Mexico, features suburban landscapes from Ciudad Satélite, a region that developed north of Mexico City in the 1960s. The progression of this project led to Busquets’ exploration of his environment in the search to define, look through and reaffirm many things: identity, family, friendship, and society.”

Madeline Yale - Curator, Houston Center of Photography.

cerro de moctezuma.jpg
       
     
closet de enrique.jpg
       
     
valerie.jpg
       
     
album_04.jpg
       
     
Chally Vass.jpg
       
     
de usos multiples.jpg
       
     
peniche.jpg
       
     
andres.jpg
       
     
album_02.jpg
       
     
tkt, 2005.jpg
       
     
ponchadura.jpg
       
     
alberca_vass.jpg
       
     
presa madin.jpg
       
     
Andrea, Pablo y Karen.jpg
       
     
Arquitectura.jpg
       
     
geraldine_y_mario.jpg
       
     
album_05.jpg
       
     
torres de satelite.jpg
       
     
bizarro.jpg
       
     
acropolis.jpg
       
     
album_03.jpg
       
     
boulevares 2007.jpg
       
     
alcanfores.jpg
       
     
Sateluco Enrique Greenwell.jpg
       
     
boulevares.JPG
       
     
concordia.jpg
       
     
toreo.jpg
       
     
autobutic 2007.jpg
       
     
album_01.jpg
       
     
Sateluco Universidad La Salle.jpg
       
     
UVM Lomas Verdes, 2007.jpg
       
     
El_Guero.jpg
       
     
oso.jpg
       
     
torres_de_satelite_corredor.jpg
       
     
Monocromos Torres 2012.jpg