Diana Molina, curator for the?Icons and Symbols of the Borderland?exhibit, has served as the creative director for the Juntos Art Association since 2012. Born a half mile from the US-Mexico boundary, her own artwork across diverse mediums explores the limitations of life on the fringe while appealing to a universal audience. Molina spent a decade working in Amsterdam as a photographer and writer for international magazines, including?Elle,?Esquire,?Geo,?Marie Claire,?National Geographic Traveler, and?Vogue, as well as the book?Amsterdam: Small Town, Big City?(1996). She also created photographic collections for the Netherlands Bureau of Tourism and Gamma Press with worldwide distribution. Molina had her first solo exhibition about the indigenous culture at the World Museum of Art in Rotterdam. Her exhibits have been widely shown in art and science museums in the United States and Europe.


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