Innocence
Innocence

On the left: Children play on top of a toxic waste led mountain in Ávalos, Chihuahua. On the right: Children of the sex workers of Kalighat taking a nap. Red light area in Kolkata, India.

Hopelessness
Hopelessness

On the right: What the earthquake of 2015 in Nepal left behind. Gongabu, Kathmandu. On the left: "Lucha" Castro mourns the loss of her female friends and colleges at the entrance of the city of Chihuahua.

Courage
Courage

On the left: Community leader and teacher: U Tan Miau. Kin Tat Village, Myanmar. On the right: Human rights activist, Gabino Gómez. Chihuahua, Mexico.

Innocence
Innocence

On the left: Children play on top of a toxic waste led mountain in Ávalos, Chihuahua. On the right: Children of the sex workers of Kalighat taking a nap. Red light area in Kolkata, India.

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Borders

This collectible edition seeks to explore via social-artistic content issues pertaining to some of Mexico’s most poverty-stricken areas, with the intention of defining problems, proposing solutions and, above all, creating awareness. To show, in our own way, a side of Mexico that not everyone sees.  

 

For this first edition we decided to explore the concept of “Border” in an indirect way: instead of looking to the qualities that separate us, we decided to examine the parallels that exist in human behavior. “The Border of Men” shows, through a comparison of 60 photographs, that people from very different worlds are indeed connected to each other, no matter how many ideological or physical boundaries exist between them.

 

The universality of the human experience is one that is shared by all of us - and this series of photographs by Carlos Pérez Osorio is testament to this notion.

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