Roberto Tejada offers a study of Mexican photography from the early twentieth century to today, demonstrating how images have shaped identities in Mexico, the United States, and the borderlands where the two nations and cultures intersect—a place Tejada calls the shared image environment. Tejada traces the connective thread that photography has provided between Mexican and U.S. American cultural production and, in doing so, defines both nations.
Subjects: Art & Art History
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