Subcomandante Marcos


Subcomandante Marcos was the nom de guerre of the leader and primary spokesman of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN). Known for his trademark ski mask and pipe, and for his charismatic personality, Marcos led the EZLN during the 1994 revolt and the subsequent peace negotiations, during a counter-offensive by the Mexican Army in 1995, and throughout the decades that followed. In 2001, he led a group of Zapatista leaders into Mexico City to meet with President Vicente Fox, attracting widespread public and media attention. In 2006, Marcos made another public tour of Mexico, which was known as The Other Campaign. In May 2014, Marcos announced that the persona of Subcomandante Marcos had been a hologram, and ceased to exist.


The Uncomfortable Dead: (What's Missing Is Missing)

Subcomandante Marcos and Paco Ignacio Taibo II


Questions & Swords: Folktales Of The Zapatista Revolution

Subcomandante Marcos, Antonio RamΓ­rez, et al.


La Historia de los Colores / The Story Of Colors

Subcomandante Marcos and Domitila Dominguez