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Counter-Archives to the Narco-City
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0982144849, Paperback)Counter-Archives to the Narco-City is the print companion to a cutting edge curatorial project on art and human rights that seeks to make visible the underlying structures and experiences of everyday life in cities of the global south that offer alternative views to the spectularization of narco-violence in the Americas. This unique catalog features the work of Adriana Corral and Alma Leiva on the counter-archives of Ciudad Juárez in Mexico and San Pedro Sula in Honduras. Includes essays by Tatiana Reinoza, Luis Vargas-Santiago, Ariel Dulitzky, Marisel Moreno, and an introduction by Gilberto Cárdenas.
THE HUFFINGTON POST: "For these two emerging US Latina artists, art becomes a medium for challenging dominant narratives about narco violence by raising awareness about the toll that it takes on individuals, families, and communities. Above all, they uncover the violence exerted against women and children, its silenced innocent victims. It's practically impossible to remain unmoved by their work."
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