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Documenting Dissent: L.A. Artists’ Protest Photography:
Luis Flores’s largely autobiographical work functions as an account of emotions and experiences accumulated as a young man within a toxic masculine culture. Transformational events, such as getting married and becoming a father, motivated him to view the world differently. In this exhibition, Flores uses crocheted and bronzed sculptures to create a Monster Rally setup as a metaphor for parental love. Cost: Adults – $9, Students, Teachers, and Seniors – $7, Members – Free, Sundays – Pay what you…
This exhibit captures the deep connection that exists between Marco Antonio Solís and his fans, including a collection of personal gifts given to him by fans over the last four decades. With a career spanning more than 40 years, Marco Antonio Solís is one of Mexico’s most successful artists of all time. Adults – $18, Seniors and Youth – $15, Members and Children under 5 – Free
The exhibition includes works that address land rights, settler colonialism, forced displacement, and migration. The exhibition also demonstrates humanity’s adaptability, resistance, and perseverance through banners, posters, and ephemera created by community organizations and activists fighting for housing rights, which is a human right.
Most works of art have frames because they serve a purpose, separating the realm of creation from the everyday world. But the frame is also a limitation, not only on creation but also on perception. The Latin American works in this exhibition transcend the frame. Cost: Adults – $15, Seniors & Students – $10, Members and Children under – 12 Free
September 8 – November 18. 2022 Gallery hours, Monday – Saturday 11am – 4pm Voice a Wild Dream: Moments in Asian American Art and Activism,1968-2022 highlights collectives of Asian American artists and activists and their work toward social change over the past six decades. Sharpened by a recent interest among artists in remaking systems in ways that harken back to the revolutionary impulses of the late 1960’s, many exhibitions and publications trace the lineages of feminist, queer, black, and Chicanx…