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Running The Standstill
By RubéN E. Reyes
Updated Sep 15, 2016
Running the Standstill Running the Standstill is a project about...
Chihuahua, Mexico Celebrations, Chihuahua, Community, Documentary, Environment, Food, Globalization, Mexico, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Religion, The Raramuri
Destino
By Michelle Frankfurter
Updated Dec 29, 2013
Meaning both “destination” and “destiny” in...
Mexico Black And White, Borders, Documentary, Immigration, Latin America, Migration, Photography
Innocence Assassinated: Living In Mexico's Drug War
By Katie Orlinsky
Updated Dec 19, 2014
Innocence Assassinated: Living in Mexico's Drug War In 2006, newly...
Mexico Black And White, Borders, Corruption, Documentary, Incarceration, Latin America, Photojournalism, Poverty, Prison, Violence, War, Youth
Life On The Tracks: Central American Migration In Mexico
By Katie Orlinsky
Updated Dec 19, 2014
Life on the Tracks: Central American Migration in Mexico Thousands...
Mexico Black And White, Documentary, Immigration, Latin America, Migration, Photojournalism, Violence
Guerrero Vigilantes
By Katie Orlinsky
Updated Dec 19, 2014
Guerrero Vigilantes Over the past four years towns across Guerrero,...
Guerrero, Mexico Documentary, Latin America, Photojournalism, Violence, Women's Rights
Children Do Not Migrate, They Flee
By Katie Orlinsky
Updated Apr 25, 2017
Children Do Not Migrate, They Flee Over the summer, when a...
Guatemala Mexico Children, Documentary, Immigration, Migration, Photography, Photojournalism, Youth
The Conflict In Oaxaca
By Katie Orlinsky
Updated Dec 19, 2014
Oaxaca is Mexico's second poorest state, with the country's largest...
Oaxaca, Mexico Corruption, Education, Photojournalism, Protests, Violence
La RegióN MáS Transparente
By Pedro Farias-Nardi
Updated Jan 18, 2015
La Región mas Transparente, es el titulo de una novela de Carlos Fuentes...
DF, Mexico Candid, Conceptual, DF, Latin America, Mexico, Street, Urban
Devoted To La Santa Muerte
By Janet Jarman
Updated Apr 08, 2016
Devoted to La Santa Muerte Synopsis These photographs were made over a...
Mexico City Belief, Celebrations, Community, Documentary, Dying/Death, Editorial, Emotion, Faith, Family, Gangs, Health/Healing, Latin America, Photography, Photojournalism, Religion, Santa Muerte, Spirituality
Calling The Midwife, In Chiapas
By Janet Jarman
Updated Apr 08, 2016
CALLING THE MIDWIFE, IN CHIAPAS Synopsis Photographs and filming for...
Chiapas, Mexico Activism, Birth, Discrimination, Documentary, Dying/Death, Editorial, Family, Feminism, Health/Healing, Human Rights, Latin America, Loss, Love, Mixed Medium, Motherhood, Multimedia, Photography, Photojournalism, Poverty, Pregnancy/Birth, Science, Sexuality, Short Film, Sorrow, Women's Rights, Youth
Trump, Fairness & Maquiladoras
By Peter Sibbald
Updated Apr 05, 2016
Were I an American voter, I would not be a Trump supporter, and yet the...
Matamoros, Mexico Bernie Sanders, Capitalism, Documentary, Donald Trump, Editorial, Free Trade, Globalization, Latin America, Maquiladoras, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Poverty, The Donald, Thomas Frank, US Election, Workers' Rights
Chile Pasilla, Alotepec
By Eva Lepiz
Updated May 13, 2016
Alotepec, Oaxaca, Mexico Agriculture, Documentary, Family, Food, Latin America, Photography, Photojournalism
Sonideros
By Livia Radwanski
Updated May 18, 2018
Sonideros: "Your life needs music"  Sonidero culture goes beyond...
Mexico City Documentary, Mexico City, Music, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Soundsystems, Street
The Mexico Years
By Sylvia De Swaan
Updated Aug 02, 2016
I lived in Mexico at a formative stage of my life (1962-73) – as a young...
Mexico Agriculture, Black And White, Candid, Documentary, Environment, Family, Fine Art, Friends + Family, Latin America, Personal, Portraiture, Travel
Narrative Landscape - Santa Fe
By Robb Hill
Updated Dec 29, 2017
Robb Hill...
Santa Fe, New Mexico Workshop
Dia De Los Muertos
By All Content ©Joe Patronite
Updated Nov 05, 2018
Dia de los Muertos/ Day of the Dead "Yes”, the old woman...
Arizona, Mexico, Texas Borders, Celebrations, Day Of The Dead, Dia De Los Muertos, Dia De Los Muertos/ Day Of The Dead, Documentary, Emotion, Faith, Family, Festivals, Historical, Latin America, Mexico, Personal, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Religion, Southwestern USA, Spirituality
LA POSADA SIN FRONTERAS
By Scott Bennett
Updated Jul 24, 2017
The 23rd annual La Posada Sin Fronteras (Posada, or Lodging Without Borders)...
Playas De Tijuana, Mexico Activism, America, Borders, Culture, Documentary, Editorial, Fear, Globalization, Human Rights, Immigration, Latin America, Mexico, Tijuana, San Diego, Trump, Migration, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Reporting
Lil Bullfighters Of Mexico
By Christina Simons
Updated Mar 20, 2017
Two 6-year-old boys, Salvador and Tadeo attend Matador training school in...
Mexico City Abuse, Animal Rights, Animals, Black And White, Children, Children Rights, Childrens Rights, Documentary, Dreams, Editorial, Education, Exploitation, Faith, Family, Fear, Human Rights, Latin America, Parenting & Family, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Relationships, Religion, Reporting, Sports, Travel, Youth
Down Syndrome-Beyond Prejudice
By Andriana Mereuta
Updated May 01, 2017
Synopsis: The first person that I ever came across with Down Syndrome...
Oaxaca, Mexico Adolescence, Children, Community, Disability, Discrimination, Down Syndrome, Emotion, Family, Health/Healing, Hope, Latin America, Lifestyle, Love, Relationships, School/College, Teens, Youth
Zapatista Legacy
By Emily Pederson
Updated Jan 13, 2018
On New Year's Day, 1994, the world awoke to news of an uprising in southern...
Chiapas, Mexico Documentary, Guerrilla, Human Rights, Latin America, Militias, Photography, Photojournalism, Post-Conflict, Violence, Zapatistas
Migrant Caravan In Tijuana, May 2018
By Scott Bennett
Updated May 24, 2018
A group of over 150 Central American and Mexican migrants camp in tents and...
Tijuana, Mexico Caravan, Tijuana, Chaparral, Asylum
FOR MORE THAN 20 YEARS
By Juan Pablo Ampudia
Updated Oct 06, 2018
My mother's battle against multiple sclerosis. A story about endurance,...
Mexico City Community, Conceptual, Confrontation, Disability, Documentary, Editorial, Emotion, Environment, Faith, Family, Fear, Gender, Health/Healing, Hope, Illness, Interior, Isolation, Latin America, Loss, Love, Motherhood, Parenting & Family, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Still Life