Romualdo García Sin Título [Untitled], Guanajuato, Mexico c.1905-1914 Silver Gelatin Print, 1992-93, made from Original Glass Plate Negative by Museo de la Alhondiga de Granaditas, Guanajuato Museum Courtesy of FotoFest, Houston, Texas
Mictecacihuatl Known as the Mistress of Bones and the Lady of the Dead, she is the Queen of Mictlan, the Aztec Underworld, who still presides over today’s Day of the Dead rituals. Sometimes known now as La Huesuda, she brings peace and joy to the spirits of the deceased, and blesses the living who do honor to those who have passed before them.
fuckyeahmarxismleninism: Mexicali BC, Mexico: “Dia de muertos” protest art in solidarity with migrant workers at the border with Calexico, California, November 1, 2009. Photo: Revolutionary Autonomous Communities - LA Muertitos cruzando el muro fronterizo en Mexicali como arte-protesta en solidaridad con nuestros hermanos migrantes.
Carlos and Miguel Vargas Main Square (Plaza de Armas) [Vista de la Plaza de Armas], Arequipa, Peru, c. 1925 Archival Digital Print, 2009, made from scan of Original Glass Plate Negative, 2002 by The Photographic Archive Project Courtesy of The Photographic Archive Project, Houston, Texas