Sunday, May 23, 2010

foward thinking museum, Rachel Wolff

Suburban Sprawl

Turning his lens on the now-residential areas immediately outside of Monterrey, Mexico, Alejandro Cartagena elegantly documents the ways in which contemporary northeast Mexico – with its rows upon rows of boxy uniform houses – is starting to look a whole lot like post-World War II suburban U.S.A. more here

in mazatlan

doing a workshop with the people of SIF. mazatlan rocks!