I was lucky to see a retrospective of the photographer Nacho Lopez when I was in Mexico City. He seems a bit unknown outside his native country, which is pretty incredible since Lopez’s career was long and covered photojournalism, art and film. My favourites were his studies of rural life taken towards the end of his life. This was collected into a monograph called the Los Pueblos de la Burma y el Sol, which you can track down and spend as much again on shipping. There's also a book too; it’s in Spanish, but it’s definitely worth it.