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Photo Series of Mexico

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https://youtube.com/watch?v=XHLKjRnm4A4 In 2010, when my friend and I got in the car and moved to Mexico, I had a lot of time to sit and stare out the window, wondering if I would regret what I had done: quit my...
For the last seven years, I've photographed the Day of the Dead in Mexico, ever since I moved to a colorful lakeside pueblo in the subtropical central highlands of Jalisco. This is everyday Mexico and like much of the country,...
Mexico is a land bursting with culture and traditions, some dating back thousands of years. Despite a constant bombardment of external influences, from Spanish invaders to its present-day neighbors to the north, the country’s customs remain a part of everyday...
We meet in the street. He's shaking uncontrollably and, since I've only lived in Mexico for three months, I can't understand anything he's saying.
Today's modern day pre-Hispanic dancers of Mexico are keeping alive a tradition which even the Spanish conquerors couldn't eradicate 500 years ago: a version of the mitote dance once performed for the Aztec gods, but which now leads the most...