Tijuana by Griselda San Martin

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Tijuana by Griselda San Martin

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LOST, Tijuana by Griselda San Martin, 2019

Griselda San Martin is a Spanish documentary photographer based in New York City. She is a graduate of the Photojournalism program at the International Center of Photography (ICP) and holds a masters in Journalism from the University of Colorado Boulder. Throughout the past six years, San Martin has documented the U.S.-Mexico border, focusing on the issues of immigration, deportation, inequality and human rights abuses through an optic of identity and belonging. Her current focus is on the growing Hispanic community in the United States and the sociopolitical implications of reactionary narratives depicting immigrants and ethnic minorities. Her work explores the transnational life and practices that link individuals, families and social networks across political boundaries.

7 x 8.5" softcover
48 pages, 35 plates
First Edition, limited edition to 250 copies
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