Motorola introduces the first photo exhibition taken with a smartphone in the Open Gallery of Chapultepec: Latidos de México
May 5, 2022

Based on the idea that photography can capture the cultural richness and diversity of Mexico and its people, Motorola México showcases the first photo exhibition taken with a smartphone1 in the Open Gallery of Chapultepec: Latidos de México. The exhibition is held by the renowned Argentine photographer Ariel Carlomagno, who through 56 large-format photos represents the symbolism between mirror and memory, and offers a reflection on the past and the present, in a shared future. The photo exhibition organized by the Ministry of Culture, in coordination with the Ministry of the Environment of the Government of Mexico City and the Embassy of Argentina in Mexico, will be open to the public from April 21 to May 22 at the Chapultepec Open Forest Gallery. 

After realizing great success in the same space just over a decade earlier, the photo exhibition Latidos de México continues to walk with the communities, extends to new geographies and appears again to invite the community to build and strengthen peace, appreciate the richness of diversity and celebrate differences. 

At the heart of the Latidos de México exhibition is the Latidos Mayas section with a selection of 10 photos taken with the motorola edge 30 pro, where Ariel Carlomagno utilized his triple camera system and managed to capture every detail in daylight with its two 50 MP cameras. From the depths of the Lacandon Jungle to the deserts of Wirikuta, from the embellished steps that once housed Mayan and Aztec temples and observatories to the majestic landscapes of the California peninsula, Latidos de México is an encounter between diverse souls who weave an extensive multicolored fabric where the essence of a country is honored.

“The Latidos de México project is very valuable for me and is definitely the result of my love for this country. For more than 15 years I've been willing to put in my photographs what is necessary to understand the deep and invisible Mexico, the visible footprints where the lives of women, girls, boys and men germinate throughout our map”, said Ariel Carlomagno, professional photographer.   “Uniting voices that vibrate high in their intensity and it is necessary for the world to witness them. This exhibition shows us again that the purest wealth of our nation and our planet lies in its diversity.”

Photograph taken with a motorola edge 30 proPhotograph taken with a motorola edge 30 pro

“At Motorola, we always reaffirm our commitment to the democratization of technology, as we know that the use of technology and smartphones open up endless possibilities for us, enabling us to connect with the world through the lens and capture a magical moment,” said Rodrigo Diaz, marketing director, Motorola Mexico.  “Motorola aims to give users the best innovation in their cameras and enable them to tell their stories just as Ariel did in this exhibition. For the most demanding consumers looking for some of the best technology, they can rely on the motorola edge family, which integrates advanced camera systems. Or they can count on a smartphone with premium features at a more competitive price; all of their favorite features will be available in the moto g family.”

The motorola edge 30 pro was recently introduced to renew the generation of the motorola edge family. It integrates advanced high-resolution camera systems for an unforgettable experience, and now the next generation incorporates special features to capture every detail, from ultra-wide angle shots to extreme close-ups, eliminating jitters in photos with hardware optical stabilization (OIS) and more. 

Visit the exhibition displayed at the gates of Bosque de Chapultepec, located on Paseo de la Reforma, in Mexico City, from April 21 to May 22. In addition, visitors will have the opportunity to appreciate the behind-the-scenes of each work and experience the Latidos Mayas virtual reality exhibition. The immersive experience will consist of a series of videos detailing the photographer Ariel's journey throughout Mexico. To learn more, visit www.latidosdemexico.com/spots/.

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¹As part of the Latidos de México photography exhibition is the Latidos Mayas section with a selection of 10 photographs taken with a motorola edge 30 pro.

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