Main Street laundromat, Methow Valley, Washington, 2012

by Kathya Maria Landeros


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Aperture is pleased to present this limited-edition print in conjunction with the publication of Aperture  Issue #226: "American Destiny.”

“The people in these photographs, the descendants of the survivors of conquest, land appropriation, and ethnic cleansing, continue to migrate across arbitrary borders, the product of the clash between the European and the native views of the land. It is the same earth cultivated over thousands of years, the same routes followed north and south. This continuous thread is Landeros’s visual narrative as well as her own story.”

—Sandra Cisneros

Archival Pigment Print
Paper Size: 16 x 20 inches
Image Size: 16 x 20 inches
Edition of 10
Signed and numbered by the artist

About the Artist

Kathya Maria Landeros is a photographer and educator whose work explores Mexican-American identity and the immigrant experience. She has photographed throughout the American West in established Latino communities and Mexico as a Fulbright Fellow. Before earning a graduate degree in photography from Massachusetts College of Art and Design, she received a BA in English literature and Hispanic studies from Vassar College.