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Asco, Instant Mural, 1974. Transforming her into an icon by enshrining her in tape, Patssi Valdez then burst forth, the embodiment of self-awareness, as a mutable and transgressive image in the urban landscape.

Before Occupy Wall Street, Artforum Remembers There Was Asco

Image] Social justice digital artist, Faviana Rodriguez standing in front of her monarch butterfly mural, smiling and signing butterfly; "The monarch butterfly has come to represent the beauty of migration. Adopted by various migrant rights organizations, artists, and lovers of justice, the butterfly symbolizes the right that living beings have to freely move. Like the monarch butterfly, human beings cross borders in search of safer habitats...in order to survive.

Favianna Rodriguez is a transnational interdisciplinary artist and cultural organizer on a mission to create profound and lasting social change in the world.

mural conservancy

mural conservancy

Art review: 'Asco: Elite of the Obscure, 1972-1987' at LACMA ...

In the exhibition “State of Mind” at the Berkeley Museum of Art, California’s conceptual art scene, in which ideas were emphasized more than objects, makes a return visit.

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Gutai: Splendid Playground at Guggenheim NY

Gutai: Splendid Playground at Guggenheim NY, Retrospective exhibition devoted to GutaiGuggenheim Museum New YorkFebruary 2013