The Story of Te-Amo Cigars Through Photography

Celina Turrent, the fifth generation of the family-run Tobacco company Alberto Turrent (1880) presents her first individual exhibition on the 30th August 2023 at Casa Turrent Mexico City.

The exhibition takes us on a journey through the history of Te-Amo, the first line of puro cigars the company has produced since 1960. Te-Amo, which has been a New York best selling brand over many years and is produced in San Andres Valley, Mexico, was acquired by the Turrent family in the 90s.

The exhibition consist in 13 photographs printed in large format that show us through the years, the evolution of Te-Amo Cigars in the international market, a storytelling through photography about the process of the Tobacco Industry, the fields, the bedseeds, the galleys, the farmers, the tobacco leafs, the landscapes, the cigar boxes, the factory, the artisans, from an intimate view that can only being seeing by someone born inside the tobacco culture.

from August 30
Casa Turrent Mexico City
Av. Pdte. Masaryk 317, Polanco
Polanco IV Secc, Miguel Hidalgo
11550 Ciudad de México, CDMX


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