“During the pandemic, I worked in Mexico City with a Holga, a plastic camera first made in the ’80s whose plastic lens and imperfect seams…
During the COVID-19 pandemic, I worked in Mexico City with a Holga camera, a plastic camera first made in the ’80s whose plastic lens and imperfect seams made the film blurred in sections and unpredictably streaked with light. Before the quarantine started, I bought 17 rolls of film. They would have to last for months until businesses reopened.
Featuring work by eight artists, and a new project from Magnum Photos, the first in a series of exhibitions at the Bronx Documentary Center examines America’s political transformation since Trump’s regressive immigration policies