Esta semana inauguramos nuestra nueva sección: Voces del noreste mexicano / Voices of the Mexican Northeast editada por Mario Nicolás Castro. En la introducción de su libro, La guerra de los […]
When drugs were legalized in Mexico, Lola la Chata (“Snub-Nose Lola”) was furious. She’d been pushing in Mexico City since, well, forever, but “narcotics” sales on the part of the government, at market rates, messed up the whole racket. Two days after they opened the heroin dispensaries, the junkies stopping buying from her. There was little she could do, except […]
This work is a memorial to the victims of a school massacre in “Chamelecón”, one of the most violent areas in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. The crime took place on September 30th, 2013 in the preschool “Mi Segundo Hogar” […]
Four-hand piece by Mauricio Palos and Iván Ruiz on Mexico. From multiple photographic angles and a gripping essay, these authors narrate the social and human complexities of a country besieged by the narco.
This performance-installation mourns and denounces the terrible wave of femicides plaguing Ciudad Juárez since the 1990s.
More and more often when I go out partying in Mexico City, I notice that my friends somehow feel guilty for indulging in a joint or doing a line. When they do it […]
For nearly a month Miami Dade College’s Museum of Art + Design (MOA+D) hosted Alma Leiva’s exhibition, Object of My Affection: San Pedro Nos Ve (San Pedro Watches Over Us). […]