Photographer Allison Grossman worked for years for a Japanese familiy who grew “the most gorgeous produce in the world,” and earned an undergraduate degree in food studies and nutrition. Small wonder, then, that as she traveled around the Mexican countryside, she often focused on food.
“But I really gravitate towards people first,” she said. (Her master’s is in cultural studies.)
Here Grossman captures the emotions of rural Mexicans as they go about their daily lives: butchering meat, selling flowers, weaving, competing with neighbors, waiting for the bus. - The Editors