How Daniela Rossell’s photographs came to be viewed as images of Mexico’s “poster girls of corruption”

Photographer Daniela Rossell describes the genesis of her book Ricas y Famosas (Rich and Famous, 1994–2001), which features somewhat-infamous photographs of wealthy Mexican women. She discusses how the works in this series were received, and how they came to be politicized.
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