43: From Ayotzinapa to Ferguson

43: From Ayotzinapa to Ferguson

When:
May 1, 2016 – June 10, 2016 all-day
2016-05-01T00:00:00-07:00
2016-06-11T00:00:00-07:00
Where:
Self Help Graphics & Art
1300 E 1st St
Los Angeles, CA 90033
USA
Cost:
Free
Contact:
3238816444
43: From Ayotzinapa to Ferguson @ Self Help Graphics & Art | Los Angeles | California | United States

Opening Reception: Thursday, May 12, 2016 at 7PM
Exhibition runs from May 5 through June 10, 2016

Special print atelier featuring: Pavel Acevedo, Damon Davis (St. Louis), Gris “Viva” Flores & Erica Marin, Joe Galarza, Xitlalic Guijosa, Jennifer Gutierrez Morgan, Poli Marichal, Nisha Sembi, Ray Vargas

Mural by Ricardo Estrada and Jaime “Vyal” Reyes

Works by: Sergio Arau, Fernando Barragan, Aise Bourne, Joe Bravo, David Botello, Wendy Carrillo, Victoria Delgadillo, Roberto Delgado, Eye.One, Consuelo Flores, Fernando Galvez, Margaret Garcia, Michael Gomez-Burton, Daniel Gonzalez, Rafael Haro, Zeal Harris, Wayne Healy, Luis “Chago” Huffington, Nery G Lemus, Oscar Magallanes, Alvaro D. Marquez, Felicia Montes, Nychole Owens, Sandy Rodriguez, Jimmy Saldivar, Dewey Tafoya, Melly Trochez, J. Michael Walker, Ernesto Yerena

Self Help Graphics & Art in partnership with Social Public Art Resource Center (SPARC), the Center for the Study of Political Graphics, and Art Division announce the launch of a series of exhibitions and activities that will feature Francisco Toledo’s Poster Biennial for Mexico’s Missing Students featuring 43 Posters from Mexico, Greece, Iran, Cuba, Denmark, Spain, Poland and many other countries along with 43 kites made by Francisco Toledo to commemorating each disappeared student.

Self Help Graphics & Art
in partnership with Social Public Art Resource Center (SPARC), the Center for the Study of Political Graphics, and Art Division announce the launch of a series of exhibitions and activities that will feature Francisco Toledo’s Poster Biennial for Mexico’s Missing Students featuring 43 Posters from Mexico, Greece, Iran, Cuba, Denmark, Spain, Poland and many other countries along with 43 kites made by Francisco Toledo to commemorating each disappeared student.

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