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  1. A Tourist's Guide to San Diego and Tijuana: view of facade of "tourist office"

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Rivera, Paul (photographer); inSITE97; Smith, Melanie (British photographer, born 1965, active in Mexico)
    • Date: 1997
    • Topic: travel guidebooks; Postcards; Photography; satire (artistic device); Tourist information centers; border art; information centers (facilities); Tourism; parody; Humor
    • Format: image
  2. A Tourist's Guide to San Diego and Tijuana: general view

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Smith, Melanie (British photographer, born 1965, active in Mexico); Rivera, Paul (photographer); inSITE97
    • Date: 1997
    • Topic: satire (artistic device); border art; parody; information centers (facilities); Tourism; Photography; Tourist information centers; Humor; travel guidebooks; Postcards
    • Format: image
  3. Ayate Car: model

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: inSITE97; Romero, Betsabeé (Mexican artist, born 1963)
    • Date: 1997
    • Topic: assemblage (sculpture technique); Automobiles; Femininity; toys (recreational artifacts); Humor; Masculinity; freestanding altars; Performance art; Materials--Deterioration
    • Format: image
  4. Ayate Car: Car installed by the border fence

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: inSITE97; Romero, Betsabeé (Mexican artist, born 1963); Rittermann, Philipp Scholz (American photographer, 1955 CE-)
    • Date: 1997
    • Topic: Performance art; boundary Boundaries; Materials--Deterioration; assemblage (sculpture technique); Humor; Masculinity; Femininity; freestanding altars; Automobiles
    • Format: image
  5. Abandoned II

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Schnorr, Michael (American installation artist, born 1945); inSITE92; Rollof, Ulf (Swedish installation artist, born 1961); inSITE94
    • Date: 1992-1994
    • Topic: Humor; border art; Playgrounds; Bull rings; Outdoor furniture; Artistic collaboration; homelessness; chimneys (architectural elements); Furniture; children (people by age group)
    • Format: image
  6. Abandoned II

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Rollof, Ulf (Swedish installation artist, born 1961); Schnorr, Michael (American installation artist, born 1945); inSITE94; inSITE92
    • Date: 1992-1994
    • Topic: Outdoor furniture; border art; Playgrounds; Artistic collaboration; chaises longues; children (people by age group); Furniture; leisure; Humor; homelessness
    • Format: image
  7. Popotla - The Wall: mural of figures on a boat

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: RevolucionArte (American and Mexican artists' collective); inSITE97; Fluker, Jimmy (American photographer)
    • Date: 1997
    • Topic: children (people by age group); Humor; Boats; Color; Boundaries
    • Format: image
  8. Popotla - The Wall: crushed beer cans used to color mural

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: RevolucionArte (American and Mexican artists' collective); inSITE97; Fluker, Jimmy (American photographer)
    • Date: 1997
    • Topic: assemblage (sculpture technique); Boundaries; children (people by age group); Color; Humor; recycling
    • Format: image
  9. Popotla - The Wall: assemblage of found objects in the form of a cowboy

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: RevolucionArte (American and Mexican artists' collective); Fluker, Jimmy (American photographer); inSITE97
    • Date: 1997
    • Topic: Humor; Boundaries; border art; Cowboys; assemblage (sculpture technique); children (people by age group)
    • Format: image
  10. Popotla - The Wall: mosaic of found objects representing waves

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Fluker, Jimmy (American photographer); RevolucionArte (American and Mexican artists' collective); inSITE97
    • Date: 1997
    • Topic: Color; Boundaries; wave pattern; children (people by age group); assemblage (sculpture technique); Humor
    • Format: image
  11. Toy an Horse: Installed at the U.S.-Mexico border crossing

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: inSITE97; Ramírez Erre, Marcos (Mexican installation artist and sculptor, born 1961); Rittermann, Philipp Scholz (American photographer, 1955 CE-)
    • Date: 1997
    • Topic: Trojan War; Trojan horse (Greek mythology); architecture (object genre); Boundaries; Horses; satire (artistic device); border art; Economics; Border crossing; Poor; Humor; Janus-faced; political art; Emigration and immigration
    • Format: image
  12. Toy an Horse: Installed at the U.S.-Mexico border crossing

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Fluker, Jimmy (American photographer); Ramírez Erre, Marcos (Mexican installation artist and sculptor, born 1961); inSITE97
    • Date: 1997
    • Topic: satire (artistic device); Horses; Trojan War; Emigration and immigration; Janus-faced; Humor; political art; Economics; Trojan horse (Greek mythology); architecture (object genre); Boundaries; border art; Poor; Border crossing
    • Format: image
  13. Toy-an-Horse: construction drawing

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Ramírez Erre, Marcos (Mexican installation artist and sculptor, born 1961); Fluker, Jimmy (American photographer); inSITE97
    • Date: 1997
    • Topic: Blueprints; Horses; Emigration and immigration; Janus-faced; political art; Trojan horse (Greek mythology); Trojan War; Economics; architecture (object genre); border art; Boundaries; Humor; Poor; satire (artistic device); Border crossing
    • Format: image
  14. Century 21

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Marchick, Sarah (photographer); inSITE94; Ramírez Erre, Marcos (Mexican installation artist and sculptor, born 1961)
    • Date: 1994
    • Topic: Poor; satire; Real property; housing (concept); shacks; Humor; Dwellings; Temporary housing; Squatters settlements; border art; political art; architecture (object genre); homelessness; poverty
    • Format: image
  15. Century 21: interior with dining table

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: inSITE94; Ramírez Erre, Marcos (Mexican installation artist and sculptor, born 1961)
    • Date: 1994
    • Topic: Temporary housing; Dining rooms; Ceilings; architecture (object genre); Real property; homelessness; housing (concept); shacks; border art; political art; Humor; satire; Poor; poverty; Dwellings; Squatters settlements
    • Format: image
  16. Century 21: Shack in courtyard of the Centro Cultural Tijuana

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: inSITE94; Ramírez Erre, Marcos (Mexican installation artist and sculptor, born 1961)
    • Date: 1994
    • Topic: Dwellings; Poor; architecture (object genre); shacks; homelessness; satire; poverty; Humor; Squatters settlements; Temporary housing; border art; Real property; political art; housing (concept)
    • Format: image
  17. Century 21: interior with dining table and roof

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Ramírez Erre, Marcos (Mexican installation artist and sculptor, born 1961); inSITE94
    • Date: 1994
    • Topic: Poor; Real property; border art; satire; Dining rooms; housing (concept); Temporary housing; shacks; political art; architecture (object genre); Squatters settlements; homelessness; Dwellings; poverty; Humor
    • Format: image
  18. Century 21: bedroom

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Marchick, Sarah (photographer); inSITE94; Ramírez Erre, Marcos (Mexican installation artist and sculptor, born 1961)
    • Date: 1994
    • Topic: architecture (object genre); Squatters settlements; Dwellings; poverty; housing (concept); satire; beds (furniture); Real property; political art; Humor; shacks; Poor; homelessness; bedrooms; border art; Temporary housing
    • Format: image
  19. Century 21: chest of drawers with television

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: inSITE94; Marchick, Sarah (photographer); Ramírez Erre, Marcos (Mexican installation artist and sculptor, born 1961)
    • Date: 1994
    • Topic: Living rooms; housing (concept); television receivers; architecture (object genre); Dwellings; homelessness; shacks; Temporary housing; Humor; border art; Real property; Poor; political art; poverty; satire; Squatters settlements
    • Format: image
  20. Century 21: fence and entrance to house

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: inSITE94; Ramírez Erre, Marcos (Mexican installation artist and sculptor, born 1961)
    • Date: 1994
    • Topic: shacks; Dwellings; Poor; Squatters settlements; border art; housing (concept); Temporary housing; homelessness; political art; poverty; Humor; architecture (object genre); satire; Real property
    • Format: image