La Trampa Gráfica Contemporánea in Mexico City and Familia Printshop in Dallas engage in a long tradition of Mexican printmaking. The two print shops also illustrate the power of collaboration.
Janette Terrazas utilizes her artistic practice to protest against water contamination in the El Paso-Juárez binational region.
Writer and artist JD Pluecker writes about the Artpace exhibition of María José Crespo and their joint trip to the border to do artistic research around Del Rio, Texas.
As a member of the inaugural cohort of La Semilla Food Center’s Chihuahuan Desert Cultural Fellowship, Juárez-based writer Lorena Sosa shares her work on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Illustrations from a Murder Capital: Alice Leora Briggs Portrays Ciudad Juárez’s Recent Dark History
Abecedario de Juárez by artist Alice Leora Briggs and photojournalist Julián Cardona is partly an illustrated glossary of narcolenguaje and partly a collection of stories from the streets.