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Thursday Night Photo Talk: Dominic Bracco II

June 11, 2020

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A motorcyclist on the highway between Tijuana and Rosarito, Baja California Mexico.

June 11, 7PM EST
Please register here.
FREE – Donations are kindly accepted

Fronterizx As Fuck – Where two countries touch each other.


Dominic Bracco II is an installation artist, documentary photographer, playwright, author, and journalist.

His series of multidisciplinary projects on the U.S. Mexico borderlands earned him a 2016 Tim Hetherington Visionary Award for innovative media, a W. Eugene Smith fellowship, and a National Geographic Society Explorer’s grant. He is also the recipient of multiple Pulitzer Center grants, and a grant from the Chris Hondros Fund. Bracco is also a National Geographic Explorer. His works have been displayed at festivals, galleries and museums around the world, and are part of private and institutional collections including Worcester Art Museum, and theUniversity of Texas at Arlington Center for Southwest Studies; where he holds degrees in Journalism and Spanish literature.

Bracco’s reporting has appeared in National Geographic Magazine, The New York Times MagazineHarper’s, Smithsonian Magazine, and many others. He is a founding member of the artist collective Prime. Bracco lives in Mexico City.

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