Mex and the City and photographer Carlos Alvarez Montero present



Dulce Pinzon, Racial Profiling, Mex and the City
Casa de Té Caravanseraï, La Roma, Mexico City


We met la comadre Dulce the first year we moved to New York in 2006 when she had her The Real Story of the Superheroes photo exhibit at Queens Museum. We were charmed by the fun and function in her work, dedicated to elevating the labor and industriousness of Mexicanos in New York. The project is now published in book form.  Her latest series of portraits titled “Historias del Paraíso”consist of 20 images taken in the now-closed-to-the-public Museo de Historia Natural in Puebla. The images are theatrical and playfully forboding. But for all of her photography accomplishments and awards, Dulce also knows how to throw intensely addictive parties, she won New York over with her long-standing Fresa Salvaje. She is a creative force in curating whether it's art or dance parties from Mexico City to New York City.

Age: 36
Place of Birth: Mexico City
Parents Place of Birth: Mexico City
Occupation/Aspiration: Visual artist

When did you move to NYC and why?
In 1995, (I studied at The International Center of Photography), I wanted to become a photographer and live independently from my parents.

When did you return to DF and why?
In April 2009, because I fell in love and wanted to have my first child in Mexico, close to my family.

Which neighborhood do you live in DF and why?
Colonia Roma, because I like the feeling of a neighborhood and have everything close by.

Name a DF moment:
To be able to visit the Mercado Medellin for fresh fruit, flowers, and so much amazing food.

What’s your drink of choice?
Mocha Frapuccinos, I am crazy for those but Italian coffee has the best ones.

Who is your favorite designer or product?
I am loving Sangre de mi sangre jewelry

Do you have a muse, if so who?
Right now my little Mariano, I want to take pictures of him every second.

What was the last art exhibit/ concert or movie that blew you away?
The movie El secreto de sus ojos (Argentina).

Tell us your favorite Mexican expression.
No mames!

What Mexican do you most admire and why?
I admire all Mexican-immigrants working hard and still caring to send money back home. That is very admirable!

Describe a fun or interesting fact about you.
I love to throw parties and get very very drunk! Oh my.... I miss that so much!

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