Mundo Makers

Introducing Mundo Makers, a Celebration of Latinx Art

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The term “Latinx” has been at the center of charged debates that attempt to make sense of one of the largest growing demographics in the U.S. Still unresolved, the term does acknowledge that no broad identity category can ever define peoples that have varying kinds of relationships to their Latin American heritage.

For Latinx Heritage Month, Cultured and Banana Republic present a new series, Mundo Makers, in which Latinx is conceived more like a shifting kaleidoscopic image assembled from many adjoined pictures. Ranging in geography and practice, each of these forthcoming artists represent one of those pictures—worlds of their own making that collectively challenge any fixed notion of who we are, where we come from, and the legacies we hope to leave.