Aguda y punzante reflexión sobre los cada vez más inesperados efectos de la naturalización de la violencia en México, a propósito del caso de secuestro y asesinato de un niño en Chihuahua, a manos de otros menores.
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 […]
Last week I had the pleasure of visiting the University of Notre Dame campus. I was there to present my research at the Inter-University Program for Latino Research Siglo XXI […]
It’s not like the Bad Ones—this is what the Mierenses would come to call them—hadn’t been there already. It’s not like they hadn’t been running their operations out of Mier and the surrounding towns, carrying their loads of cocaine and marijuana through the surrounding brushland and up to the lip of the river, where they placed them on boats or rafts or inner tubes and floated them across into Texas. Even if no one spoke of them by name, they were already deeply woven into the social fabric. But on this day […]
Before dawn, trembling in air down to the old river […]
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). […]
It is our pleasure to announce that our exhibition Counter-archives to the Narco-City: Adriana Corral and Alma Leiva will open this fall at the Snite Museum of Art and Notre Dame […]