The MexiCali Biennial team & collaborators have published Research Guides in the Library of Congress
I have the incredible honor of being included in this amazing project! Thanks, and props to the The MexiCali Biennial team and their collaborators, artist, and supporters.
The Library of Congress is the largest library in the world, it is the main research arm of the U.S. Congress and the home of the U.S. Copyright Office. These research guides will be available to researchers, students, and all who are interested in learning about the art, culture, and environment of the U.S.-Mexico borderlands.
I’m excited to know that The Library will preserve and provides access to such a rich, diverse and enduring source of knowledge for years to come!
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The MexiCali Biennial team and collaborators are honored to have published Research Guides in the Library of Congress that initiate and develop the first borderlands research project focused on the history of the Biennial and key issues in border studies. These research guides will be available to researchers, students, and all who are interested in learning about the art, culture, and environment of the U.S.-Mexico borderlands.
Featured artists include:
Sandy Rodriguez, Chris Christion, Homeless (collective), Marycarmen Arroyo Macias, Skylar Haskard, Carmina Escobar, Veronica Duarte, Ed Gomez, Mike Rogers, Luis G. Hernandez, and Susana Rodriguez. Written and researched by Rosalia Romero, Enid Baxter Ryce, Ed Gomez, Luis G. Hernandez, April Lillard-Gomez, Will Cowan, Heather Williams, Emmanuel Ortega and Alejandro Espinoza.
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