Artists, Advocates, Dreamers - Ismael de Anda III / Artist - Los Angeles, CA
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Artists, Advocates, Dreamers

Artists, Advocates, Dreamers

Curated by Sofia Guiterrez
February 8 – March 5, 2020

José Drudis-Biada Art Gallery
Mount Saint Mary’s University 1200 Chalon Road
Los Angeles, CA 90049
Phone 310/954-4360
Hours: Mon-Sat, Noon to 5pm Closed Friday and Sunday http://www.msmu.edu/gallery

California, since its conception as a state in 1850 has been a mecca for freethinkers and pioneers. Prior to that it was Mexican and Indigenous; a land of mestizos “mixed race” peoples who negotiated identity between many worlds. California at the edge of the United States continues to maneuver this ever-changing world of migration and the elusiveness of the American Dream. In “Artist, Advocates, Dreamers” artist as free- thinkers bring the complexity of migration and identity to our attention through their advocacy and art.

Artists include:
Alicia Sterling Beach, Khodr Cherri, Nicole Cohen, Ismael de Anda III, Eszter Delgado, Isaias Delgado, Gustavo Alberto García Vaca, Mario Gutierrez, Jose Luis Hernandez, Ann Higgins, John Ildefonzo, Kristy H.A. Kang, Beatriz Jaramillo, John C. Lewis, Stephen Linsley, Veronica Preciado, Ricardo Reyes, Bruce Richards, Victor Solis, Marianne Sadowski, Beatriz Valls, Arturo Vizcaino Cortes, Brenda Zozaya, Carolyn Castaño, Albert Valdez, Amy Putman.