Although there are no figures in Suchitra Mattai's massive tapestry called Exodus, the presence of the South Asian diaspora is manifest through the almost 200 globally sourced saris.
In her Bogotá studio, artist Doris Salcedo discusses the stereotypes she faces as a citizen of a Third World country and how she embraces these first-hand experiences of discrimination to inform her art.
Zineb Sedira was born in Paris to Algerian parents, and her works are often autobiographical, addressing issues of cultural identity and the personal consequences of migration.
Guadalupe Maravilla was brought to the United States by a coyote (or human trafficker) as an undocumented eight-year-old, fleeing civil war in El Salvador—and his work grapples with that experience
Jaime Carrejo’s sculpture installations force viewers to see “the border” differently, and was inspired by the queer Chicana poet, writer, and theorist Gloria Anzaldúa
Is culture a prison? Alfredo Jaar discusses how two Italian thinkers influenced his work Infinite Cell
Raúl de Nieves, Beginning & the end neither & the otherwise betwixt & between the end is the beginning & the end
With gaffers tape, paper, and color gels, de Nieves creates a stained-glass narrative that begins with personal struggle and self-doubt, but ends with "a celebration of life."
Julie Mehretu rethinks American landscape painting by merging its sublime imagery with the harsh realities not depicted
Minerva Cuevas looks back on "Crossing of the Rio Bravo" (2010), a work in which she painted a bridge across a riverbed that divides Mexico and the United States.
Photographer Richard Mirach recounts his work, from his early political aspirations in the 1970s to his current series about left-behind artifacts along the U.S.-Mexico border wall.
Interdisciplinary collective Postcommodity creates site-specific installations and interventions that critically examine our modern-day institutions and systems through the history and perspectives of Indigenous people
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer embarks on his most ambitious project to date: an enormous intercom system at the border between El Paso and Juárez that allows participants from both sides to speak and listen to each other via radio-enabled searchlights