Ahead of his new exhibition in Milwaukee, the Chicago-based artist talks about his work and the radical democracy of printmaking.
Kerry CardozaDecember 8, 2021
After crossing the U.S.-Mexico border to seek asylum, Susana Coreas is navigating life in New York City and building community along the way.
Claudia HernándezOctober 21, 2021
Different artists have painted a series of murals on doors along 18th Street, inspired by the classic Lotería game.
Maggie SivitOctober 19, 2021
Amid multiple crises in her native Lebanon, Siham Ibrahim is preserving Lebanese heritage in Chicago and helping people back home.
Diane Bou KhalilOctober 7, 2021
North Korea-born Thomas Kong immigrated to the U.S. for opportunity. Now, he has a distinct profession: convenience store owner and artist.
Claire VoonSeptember 29, 2021
Celebrate Hangawi at the Korean Cultural Center, attend a garden party hosted by the Latino Union to support organizing for worker and immigrant rights, and catch a small business sidewalk sale at Mestiza Shop
Borderless Magazine StaffSeptember 16, 2021
The developer who ordered the eviction will demolish the Little Village building that housed the community space La Casa del Inmigrante.
Alexandra ArriagaSeptember 16, 2021
Latinx business owners worry about the fate of their stores at the iconic Discount Mall in Chicago’s Little Village neighborhood.
Adriana RezalSeptember 14, 2021
Join Borderless for free handouts of our latest comic, meet refugee farmers over a salad bar and pick up free food
Borderless Magazine StaffAugust 27, 2021
On the heels of a new series of music videos, Mexican-American artist Gabacho reflects on his creative path.
Alexandra ArriagaApril 15, 2021
In the midst of a housing crisis that has left immigrant renters among the most vulnerable, a group of immigrant punk rock musicians are fighting to stay at a commercial building they’ve called home for years.
Alexandra ArriagaFebruary 24, 2021
At the DePaul Art Museum, a major intergenerational art show celebrates the contributions of Latinx artists with ties to Chicago.
Claire VoonFebruary 18, 2021
Farm, Food, Familias partners with diverse chefs to bring dishes with cultural specificity to Black and Latinx communities in need.
Chelsea VerstegenFebruary 10, 2021