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Photographer Stefan Falke captures artists living and working in Mexico border towns




Alfredo Gutierrez makes portraits of homeless Americans who come to Tijuana because life on the street is cheaper here than in neighboring California.
Alfredo Gutierrez makes portraits of homeless Americans who come to Tijuana because life on the street is cheaper here than in neighboring California.
Stefan Falke

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Art has a way of redefining public spaces, particularly those marked by hardship or violence. That's what drew photographer Stefan Falke to the US-Mexico border. He's capturing the work of artists in this region for a project he calls "La Frontera." 

Fronteras Desk reporter Mónica Ortiz Uribe shadowed him for a day.