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Ricardo Gonzalez

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Alberto Borea, Monika Bravo, Tania Candiani, caraballo-farman, Sergio de la Torre, Ricardo Gonzalez, Teresa Margolles, Tom McGrath, Irvin Morazan, Richard Mosse, Alex Rivera, Blane De St. Croix, Javier Tellez, Patricia A. Valencia, Ishmael Randall Weeks, Judi Werthein, M & X at La MaMa La Galleria April 21st, 2011 - May 22nd, 2011
Posted 5/2/11
The U.S./Mexican border, as much as it is a physical structure, is also an active force dividing, not just two nations, but socio-political and economic identities. At least this contention provides much of the impetus behind Tracing the Unseen Boarder, a group show now at La MaMa La Galleria. Centering its lens around the all too visualized, but rarely seen border that structures the lives of countless people, the exhibit provides a penetrating contemplation on the pervasive but rarely spoken c... [more]
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Review from CONTRATIEMPO MAGAZINE  
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Patrica Acosta, Juan Compean, Ricardo Compean, Miguel Cortez, Cirilo Esquivel, Ricardo Gonzalez, JUDITHE HERNÁNDEZ, Salvador Jimenez, Antonio Pazaran at National Museum of Mexican Art January 25th, 2008 - July 20th, 2008
Posted 1/3/09
   Contratiempo Magazine #54, March  2008   Chupacabras: The Myth in the Era of the Internet   Myths and legends have always been a vehicle by which civilizations have gained understanding of themselves and of other things. Studying them implies a stirring up of its deeper cultural mechanisms. In the era of the Internet, that resonating chamber in which rumors spread at light-speed, urban legends can be offered to everyone for examination, like an animal going under the scalpel of sociologist... [more]
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