In November, a massive public art project lit up the sky over El Paso and Juárez, prompting conversations both funny and serious, political and personal.
The edge becomes the center at the Transborder Biennial 2018 in El Paso and Ciudad Juárez.
Oscar J. Martínez’s new book pushes back against the historical amnesia, toxic politics and stereotyping that have shrouded the city for decades.
A vocal group of American critics claims that Juarez is not a place of disproportionate violence against women. Here’s why they’re wrong.