Balam #6 Mestizx

#29

Luis Juárez

Editorial

Buenos Aires, Argentina Aug 2020

This edition of Balam — a contemporary photography magazine — is not about what is right or wrong: it is about expressing the collective call of more than a hundred authors from different parts of the world who explore, from their perspective, the progress of existence in diverse political, social and cultural contexts of a world dominated and repressed by the heterosexual norm. The very concept of Mestizx needs to be developed, along with everyone who works with it; to think about the miscegenation from gender and geography, daring not to live under norms; and finally, to choose what our minds and bodies transit through the path of auto-acceptance and evolution. Two different covers. New issue with 192 pages of photography and more than a hundred authors. Also texts by Johan Mijail, Inmensidades, Bbywacha and Flora Nómada. Softcover, 128 pages, 21 × 16 cm, swiss binding. Printed in Argentina. Available at Revista Balam website. Photos by Cecilia Gil

Balam #6 Mestizx

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Luis Juárez

Editorial

Buenos Aires, Argentina
Aug 2020


This edition of Balam — a contemporary photography magazine — is not about what is right or wrong: it is about expressing the collective call of more than a hundred authors from different parts of the world who explore, from their perspective, the progress of existence in diverse political, social and cultural contexts of a world dominated and repressed by the heterosexual norm. The very concept of Mestizx needs to be developed, along with everyone who works with it; to think about the miscegenation from gender and geography, daring not to live under norms; and finally, to choose what our minds and bodies transit through the path of auto-acceptance and evolution. Two different covers. New issue with 192 pages of photography and more than a hundred authors. Also texts by Johan Mijail, Inmensidades, Bbywacha and Flora Nómada. Softcover, 128 pages, 21 × 16 cm, swiss binding. Printed in Argentina. Available at Revista Balam website. Photos by Cecilia Gil