In this TED talk, architect and urbanist Teddy Cruz urges us to rethink urban growth. Sharing lessons from the slums of Tijuana...
"Stand-outs included new films by Laida Lertxundi and Mahmoud Khaled, as well as Adelita Husni-Bey’s ‘audio play’ The Living House (2012), based on archival material from the The Modern School,
In a period where so much art exclusively proclaims interest in technology and objects...works by Spanish, LA-based artist Laida Lertxundi, filmed in 16mm, are to bookmark the screening and for
Cardenas is an artist of contemporary art whose inspiration is based in Living Well.
For curators Castro-Prieto and Zuñiga, there is a relationship to the city and to the border implicit in these questions that is particular to Arreola's and Pimienta's generation of artists.
The Venegas surname is renown in the artistic atmosphere in México because two sisters, twins by the way, carry it and they carry it high each one in their artistic area.
The viewer gets minor, but much needed relief from this otherwise all-pervasive sense
of hipsterish detachment from tangible reality with Laida Lertxundi’s excellent film collage "The Room Cal
In an exclusive for W Magazine’s December 2013/January 2014 issue, artist Lorna Simpson shoots Lupita Nyong’o, Adepero Oduye, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Michael Fassbender...
In a colonial neighborhood in Mexico City we can find the art gallerist Domitila Bedel.
Writer and filmmaker Jean-Pierre Gorin collaborated for many years with Jean-Luc Godard, on the Dziga Vertov Group films as well as "Tout va bien." He also made three popular films, "Poto and C