In this catalogue, artist Adriana Corral draws on her extensive research into the historical treatment of Mexican manual laborers (braceros) and farmworkers who passed through official U.S. processing centers in the early- and mid-twentieth century.
This bilingual Spanish-English catalogue includes essays written by David Dorado Romo (Historian), Denise Markonish (MASS MoCA) Andrea Lepage (Art Historian), Cortney Lane Stell (Black Cube) and Yolanda Chávez Leyva (University of Texas at El Paso). The catalogue also features an oral history with former bracero Felipe Serrano, who participated in the flag raising of "Unearthed: Desenterrado" in Socorro, TX.
This catalogue has been funded in part by a grant from Virginia Humanities.
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