By Daniel Haim for BLOGINITY, November 15, 2011

Since the 1990s, the attention of many Mexican photographers has turned away from cultural traditions and rural landscapes and toward the cities and suburbs where many Mexicans now live. Works by Katya Brailovsky, Alejandro Cartagena, Pablo Lopez Luz, Daniela Rossell, and Yvonne Venegas reflect this interest in the changing social landscape, looking at issues of wealth and class, urbanization and land use, and the effects of the globalized economy...

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Yvonne Venegas is an UC San Diego Department of Visual Arts MFA Alumna. For more about her work, please visit:
http://yvonnevenegas.com