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Tag Archives: Latino/as/x
1994: Selected Works
cho Kcho: Obras Escogidas (Selected Works) (1994) (source)
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2009: Do You Remember When?
For their 2009 piece Do You Remember When?, the indigenous arts collective Postcommodity cut through the floor of the Arizona State University Art Museum, exposing the earth below. A recording of a Pee Posh social dance song played in the … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged 2000's, 21st Century, Art, Conceptual Art, Latino/as/x, Museums, Native Americans, Pee Posh, Postcommodity, The Earth, USA Leave a comment
Leonardo da Vinci: Lady with an Ermine [Cecilia Galleran] (1489–1490) Awol Erizku: Lady with a Pitbull (2009) Hans Holbein: Portrait of a Lady with a Squirrel and a Starling [probably Anne Lovell] (c. 1526-28) Frida Khalo: Self-Portrait with … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged 15th Century, 16th Century, 1940's, 2000's, 20th Century, 21st Century, African-Americans, Animals, Art, Awol Erizku, Birds, Dogs, Frida Khalo, Germany, Hans Holbein, Italy, Latino/as/x, Leonardo da Vinci, Mexico, Monkeys, Painting, Photography, Portraits, Squirrels, Stoats, USA, Women Leave a comment
1946: East L.A.
Max Yavno: East Los Angeles, 1946 (source)
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1959: Even a Kid Knows it’s Wrong to Cross a Picket Line
“Helen Martinez and her children (her grandchild was too young to picket) wear placards announcing that Tex-Son workers are on strike.” (source)
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged 1950's, 20th Century, Anonymous, Children, Labor, Latino/as/x, Mothers, Photography, Strikes, Unions, Women Leave a comment
1910: The Revolution Will Be Colorized
Klimbin (colorizer): Emiliano Zapata (source)
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged 20th Century, Art, Emiliano Zapata, Klimbin, Latino/as/x, Mexico, Photography, Photoshop, Revolution Leave a comment
2016: Skeleton of Color
Butch Locsin aka The Skeleton of Color Gallery here.
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