Great video essay produced by London based FACT Magazine about the rise of Mexican dance culture in Mexico City and Monterrey. Essential viewing.
“All The Artificial Barriers”, a solo exhibition of new and recent works by New York-based, Dominican artist Gerard Ellis is on view at Lyle O. Reitzel Contemporary Art Gallery in New York.
Facing Walls: USA and Mexico’s violation of the rights of asylum seekers, a new report from Amnesty International USA, explores the impact of a raft of new policies and ongoing practices that result in asylum seekers pursuing increasingly more desperate and dangerous means of crossing the U.S. border.
Edificio Santalaia in Bogota, Colombia is one of the coolest vertical gardens in the world. With over 33,000 Sq. feet of plants, it’s a living building.
Dayme Arocena is an award-winning Afro-Cuban singer from Havana, who has been described as Cuba’s “finest young female singer.” Her new album is Cubafonía.
Watch Ernie Vigil and Nick Apex take over the South American capital on their Triumph Street Triple freestyle motorcycles. Not your average travel experience but an interesting view of the city nonetheless.
Teresa Cristina is one of the best known singers in Brazil, revitalizing its most beloved musical style, samba. Her new album, Canta Cartola, is out now.
Farley Aguilar is a painter born in Nicaragua and now living in Miami. His current work was recently on view at Lyles & King in New York City.
The Costa Rican lo-fi band you never knew you needed (but really, really do) has returned. Las Robertas are out with their new album, Waves of the New.