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Humanizing the Border: John Moore Interviewed by Francisco Cantú
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A photojournalist discusses the stories behind his images of immigration in an age of militarized border enforcement.

Beach Read by Oscar Cuevas
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We lived in the constrictive belt of bible-thumpers, but I always wanted my life to unfurl like a beach read, the kind of life that conjures a certain ephemeral pleasure, baked between sand and sun, crashing waves far enough away so their fatal danger only registers as ambiance.

Studio Visit: Adam Wiseman by Brian Harkin
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Photography at the intersection of the historical and the prosaic.

Joshua Bonnetta & J.P. Sniadecki’s El Mar La Mar by Matt Turner
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An experimental documentary on border crossing, less about that place than what it represents.

Postcommodity by Rob Goyanes
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“Moving bodies generate this system. They create, supposedly, some justification to play this market out.”

Auteur Gone Wild by Elina Alter
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On the risqué drawings of Sergei Eisenstein

Laia Jufresa by Valeria Luiselli
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The author’s first novel is set in Mexico City, but its themes of violence, grief, and solitude are truly global.

Hans Ulrich Obrist’s Conversations in Mexico
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The nth volume of interviews by curator Hans Ulrich Obrist gathers fourteen conversations with surviving luminaries of an era of Mexican culture that in hindsight is nothing short of magnificent, despite its under-recognized or somewhat forgotten status abroad.

Alberto Kalach by Jose Castillo
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Urban planning and the Edenic garden, from Cicero to Borges; and universal knowledge and the public library, from Boulee to Kalach’s own soaring Vasconcelos Library.

Four Photographs by Juan Rulfo
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Rulfo is renowned for his fictional accounts of campesinos living in the wake of the Mexican Revolution, and although he published only a few books in his lifetime, he received Mexico’s National Prize for Literature in 1970 and Spain’s Premio Cervantes in 1985.

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