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Estampas De La Raza: Prints For The People
Over time, Mexican-American and Chicano/a artists began to produce prints addressing social, political, and economic themes that were recognized as contemporary art. Estampas de la raza/Prints For The People at The North Carolina Museum of Art features 61 works of contemporary Mexican-American and Latino artists from 1984-2011. Host Frank Stasio talks with Jennifer Dasal, associate curator of contemporary art at the museum; Charlene Villaseñor Black, associate professor of art history and Chicano studies at UCLA; and local printmaker Brian Gonzales.