“And we’re brown, and Central American, and this is what’s up,” artist Liliana Castro explains.
Annette is a writer based in Brooklyn, London, and Mexico City. She is primarily interested in the intersection of aesthetics in the context of culture, place, and urban planning. She received her MA in Journalism from Columbia University.
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