Monica Lozano and Border Portraits

Gallery: Photographer Monica Lozano focuses on individuals who live along the borders across the world, including the 2010 Inside Out event along the Rio Grande.

Nov. 15, 2013, 5:48 a.m.

Lever­aging her ex­per­i­ence in Ciudad Juarez be­fore get­ting a mas­ter’s de­gree, El Paso, Texas, pho­to­graph­er Mon­ica Loz­ano fo­cuses on in­di­vidu­als who live along the bor­ders across the world. The 2010 In­side Out event along the Rio Grande in­cluded many of her por­traits.

Monica Lozano pastes one of the more than 1,000 portraits adhered to the Rio Grande canal banks in October 2011. National Journal
Volunteers display portraits to be pasted along the Rio Grande, part of the Inside Out project in October 2011. National Journal
Volunteers paste portraits along the Rio Grande between Juarez and El Paso in October 2011, part of the InsideOut project. National Journal
Volunteers paste some of the portraits along the Rio Grande border, separating El Paso and Juarez, as part of the 2011 Inside Out project. National Journal
An image by Monica Lozano inspired by a news photo of a man who tried to smuggle himself across the U.S.-Mexican border in 2006. National Journal

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