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Thursday, March 27, 2014

Photographer David Maung, whose photos of deported persons go on display at CECUT on Friday, gets full-page story in El Mexicano

      David Maung, an American photographer who has long lived in Tijuana, was treated to a full-page story in Thursday's El Mexicano in advance of Maung's photo exhibit of deported persons that will be inaugurated at 7 p.m. Friday at the Tijuana Cultural Center (CECUT).

      The article titled "DAVID MAUNG: Un gringo fot√≥grafo Tijuanizado" (A Tijuana-ized gringo photographer) notes that he David Maung Caltrans SR-11 ceremonyhas had photos published in many noted publications, such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, and the Mexican magazine Gatopardo, although it neglects to mention that scores of Maung photos have appeared in U-T San Diego.

Photo: Maung, behind an American flag, works at a Caltrans groundbreaking ceremony in December for the first phase of State Route 11 in Otay Mesa, designed to connect to the planned Otay Mesa East port of entry.

luz tenue flier cecut       His exhibit is called "Luz Tenue," which means faint light.

Story, El Mexicano (PDF).

CECUT exhibitions webpage.