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THROUGH THE LENS: The 2014 World Cup in Brazil

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THROUGH THE LENS: The 2014 World Cup in Brazil

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Serigrafia – Exhibition Features Powerful Latino Poster Art of the 70s to Present | SFPL News Releases

The art, which explores such subjects as the United States embargo on Cuba, and the Occupy Wall Street Movement, was conceived to provoke, protest, and praise. From the iconic “Sun Mad” by Esther Hernandez, who combined the familiar Sun Maid girl with thecalavera (the satirically costumed skeletons) to bring awareness about the use of pesticides, fungicides, and other toxic chemicals in raisin production, to works by emerging printmakers like Gilda Posada, whose print “Libertad” was created to show the relationship between liberation movements for human rights in Palestine and in Mexico, this exhibition is varied in subject matter but rooted in a long heritage of California printmaking.