More people are displaced than ever before — nearly 69 million. The scale of that crisis is hard to grasp, but visitors to One to Another will see it in a new light.
Michael Agresta, an Austin resident, has written for Slate, the Atlantic and the Wall Street Journal.
Articles by Michael Agresta
The edge becomes the center at the Transborder Biennial 2018 in El Paso and Ciudad Juárez.
A new documentary and a 2016 memoir by the 3-D-printed-gun designer reveal a vision of Austin as a paranoid libertarian mecca.
Screening at SXSW on Saturday, the film's Cold War-era footage never feels distant — perhaps because both careless stewardship of the bomb and surreal official propaganda seem to be making a comeback.
Trenton Doyle Hancock uses '80s kid culture and an expansive fantasy world to explore identity, racial politics and growing up fundamentalist Christian.
How strange, David Taylor’s camera seems to say, that this haphazard line has survived nearly 170 years as an international border, when so much else around it has changed.
Border art projects bloom in the shadow of Trump's wall.
In "Through the Repellent Fence," artists speak passionately of the centuries-old importance of cross-border relationships.
The first major U.S. show since 1942 of Cuban art comes to Houston.
The Mexican novelist writes that asylum-seekers come to the U.S. not in search of the American dream, but “to wake up from the nightmare into which they were born.”