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Burning Man: Artist Sabino Guisu plays with smoke

by: Kate Messinger

Sometimes the most profound realizations are found in the absence of the tangible: those heavy silences after arguments, that deep earth smell after the storm, those burning ashes after the fire. It is the silent […]

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Street Art Round-up: Oaxaca City

by: Kate Messinger

As you enter the old stone streets of Oaxaca City, a cultural haven of food, art and music only recently being sniffed out by the foodie travel blogs, it’s not hard to tell that in […]

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Ellinore Erichsen by Manolo Campion for ELLE México

by: Guillaume Boulez

WILD Love: Ellinore Erichsen by Manolo Campion for ELLE México, May 2013.

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Explosion in Mexico

Highway Inferno, Ecatepec

by: The WILD

Victor Rojas/AFP/Getty Images A tanker truck carrying natural gas from Mexico City violently exploded leaving 20 dead in its wake. According to CTVNews, “Mexican trucks, often over loaded or unsafely operated, have been involved in […]

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Mexico, Marriage, and ‘Human Rights’

by: Kate Mottola

Mexico was next in line to legalize same-sex marriage rights this past week. Our southern neighbor hopped on the pro-wedding bandwagon just five days ago and is joined by a handful of others who have […]

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Project Paz = Peace, Fashion & Art for Cd. Juarez

by: Katie Grimmer

Project Paz is gearing up for its third annual art charity event, Project Art, bringing together fashion leaders to raise money for the children of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico on December 17. Juan Carlos Obando As […]

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Project Paz Updated

by: Katie Grimmer

Hurricane Sandy didn’t just affect the people along the East Coast and in Haiti. It affected the fundraising programs and those who benefit from them. Last week we told you about the great annual charity […]

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Fashion Joins Project Paz to Give Back to Mexico

by: Emily Kirkpatrick

Project Paz is an annual art charity event that brings together leading designers in fashion to create art that gives back to Mexico. This year, designers like Tory Burch, Joseph Altuzarra, Narciso Rodriguez, Proenza Schouler, […]

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Leo Marz

False Replicas: Leo Marz’s Dead Ringers at Steve Turner Contemporary

by: Serena Qiu

This first U.S. exhibition by Monterrey-based Leo Marz boasts of the artist’s familiarity and dexterity in manipulating cultural imagery and text. Dead Ringers is a multi-part and poly-media exhibition at Steve Turner Contemporary that adopts […]

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Ramita Navai and The Lost Girls of Honduras

by: Blaine Skrainka

Sex work and human trafficking are increasingly becoming  dark and inseparable worldwide commerce. Two and a half million people just this year have fallen victim to this $32 billion trafficking industry. The United Nations reports […]

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