A new exhibit which chronicles the Mexican experience opens at the Bronx Documentary Center on November 15. Photographers Fernando Brito, Alejandro Cartagena, Mauricio Palos and Ruth Prieto Arenas cover a vast range of subjects, from family life in the U.S. to border scenes to the harsh reality of narco-crime and murder in Sinaloa. What all the work shares is the common thread of migration, and its deep effects on individuals, families and communities.
For more information about the Bronx Documentary Center, please see: http://bronxdoc.org/
For more information about the photographers represented in the Bronx Documentary Center’s Exhibit, please see:
Alejandro Cartagena: http://alejandrocartagena.com/
Mauricio Palos: http://mauriciopalos.tumblr.com/
Ruth Prieto Arenas: http://www.ruthprietoarenas.com/home
And here are monographs from these photographers available on Amazon.com: