1/4 Photography by Orlando V. Cordova

2/4 Photography by Orlando V. Cordova

3/4 Photography by Orlando V. Cordova

4/4 Photography by Orlando V. Cordova

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Pasos Urbanos: A Photographic Narrative of Downtown Borderland Culture is an exhibition composed of images submitted by artists living within a 150-mile radius of Downtown El Paso, including our sister city Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, México. This showcase of photographs documents urban life in both El Paso and Juárez. This includes the bustle of the everyday, the color and joy of local downtown events and festivals, and the celebrated architecture that makes “el centro” a unique and thriving hub of cultural heritage.

Central / Downtown, (2010 - 2019), Art

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Pasos Urbanos: A Photographic Narrative of Downtown Borderland Culture is an exhibition composed of images submitted by artists living within a 150-mile radius of Downtown El Paso, including our sister city Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, México. This showcase of photographs documents urban life in both El Paso and Juárez. This includes the bustle of the everyday, the color and joy of local downtown events and festivals, and the celebrated architecture that makes “el centro” a unique and thriving hub of cultural heritage.

Central / Downtown, (2010 - 2019), Art

  • CONFLICT
  • Oregon Street
  • Protest
  • Politics
  • Pioneer Plaza

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Pasos Urbanos: A Photographic Narrative of Downtown Borderland Culture is an exhibition composed of images submitted by artists living within a 150-mile radius of Downtown El Paso, including our sister city Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, México. This showcase of photographs documents urban life in both El Paso and Juárez. This includes the bustle of the everyday, the color and joy of local downtown events and festivals, and the celebrated architecture that makes “el centro” a unique and thriving hub of cultural heritage.

Central / Downtown, (2010 - 2019), Art

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Pasos Urbanos: A Photographic Narrative of Downtown Borderland Culture is an exhibition composed of images submitted by artists living within a 150-mile radius of Downtown El Paso, including our sister city Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, México. This showcase of photographs documents urban life in both El Paso and Juárez. This includes the bustle of the everyday, the color and joy of local downtown events and festivals, and the celebrated architecture that makes “el centro” a unique and thriving hub of cultural heritage.

Image Description: A man is shown standing in front a bus stop for the El Paso Streetcar. Shown is a streetcar approaching the bus stop. The streetcar is green and orange with a white top. The man is wearing a grey shirt with blue jeans and brown shoes. The destination of the bus stop is indicated by text above the front windshield that reads “Downtown-TC.”

Central / Downtown, (2010 - 2019), Art

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