Mira Mexico

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A man with hands bound behind his back and killed execution style on  the banks of a river in Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico the cradle of many of the drug cartels and their leaders in Mexico. Photo taken in 2012 / Image courtesy: © Louie Palu/Kinsman Robinson Galleries

A man with hands bound behind his back and killed execution style on the banks of a river in Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico the cradle of many of the drug cartels and their leaders in Mexico. Photo taken in 2012 / Image courtesy: © Louie Palu/Kinsman Robinson Galleries

Louie Palu’s Mira Mexico: Selected Works From the Sondheim/Walters Installation will be featured at Kinsman Robinson Galleries in Toronto from September 21 to October 12. This exhibition presents photos from Palu’s recent two-year project, Mira Mexico, along with photos from his earliest series taken twenty years ago in Mexico. There will be a talk on September 21 at 3:15 p.m. where Louie Palu and journalist and Canadian Art contributor discuss the dangers of documenting the Mexican drug war.

A man playing a horn in a cemetery in Oaxaca, Mexico during the day of the dead festival. Photo taken in 1991 / Image courtesy: © Louie Palu/Kinsman Robinson Galleries

A man playing a horn in a cemetery in Oaxaca, Mexico during the day of the dead festival. Photo taken in 1991 / Image courtesy: © Louie Palu/Kinsman Robinson Galleries

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