Daniel Hernandez


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  • 5 months ago | Chicano Art

    It wasn’t a good look by any means. After decades of languishing in storage, unseen and censored, Barbara Carrasco's epic 1981 mural L.A. History: A Mexican Perspective spent several nights during its triumphant re-installation at Union Station la...

  • 9 years ago | A Considerable Town

    The artist Dash Snow promised me an interview, over and over. Every time I ran into him during his 2007 stay in L.A., he’d say, “We still gotta talk, man.” The last time was at the after-party for the opening of his show at Peres...

  • 10 years ago | Film and TV

    It was the weirdest thing: Election Night, Mexico City, 2006. I was inside the “macro-newsroom” of the Federal Electoral Institute (IFE) at the moment the polls were officially closed. Surrounding the room, monitors designed to show in...

  • 10 years ago

    It may be a typical Monday for many in Southern California but for millions there and across the U.S. families are preparing to celebrate fiestas patrias, the season of Independence Day celebrations for Latin American countries that begins tonight...

  • 10 years ago

    The palm trees are laid out everywhere, in rows and clumps, in corners, and all over the structure that from a distance -- with its metal surfaces and elevated floor -- evokes the broken tropical landscapes of war and dislocation. Buenos Aires-bor...

  • 10 years ago

    * Photo above, a demonstration during the XVII International AIDS Conference, via AIDS2008.com. There were too many reasons to come away depressed by the knowledge gathered and shared at the International AIDS Conference this week, so few reasons ...


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