Tonatiuh Gutiérrez Olguín (born 20 November 1929 in Mexico City, died in 2000) was a Mexican pool and open water swimmer from Mexico. He is known for his prolific work as an author, photographer, translator and editor of 118 publications in 4 languages ranging from art and history to biographies and pictorial works. He was a professor of economics at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México and became the director of expositions of the National Tourist Council of Mexico in the 1960’s. In the 1970’s, he was the head of the Fideicomiso para el Fomento de las Artesanias, an important state trust for the promotion of folk art.
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