Voces de Aztlán: Chicana/o Urban Art in Phoenix (9/21/15)

Voces de Aztlán: Chicana/o Urban Art

Voces de Aztlán: Chicana/o Urban Art


In today’s Chicana/o culture, Aztlán signifies an important symbol of spiritual and national unity, and it is often associated with the territories ceded to the United States by Mexico with the Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo in 1848. The artists in this exhibition are Chicana/os from different regions of Aztlán. The works featured include images of everyday life, politically motivated activist posters and sculptural works, all of which address issues concerning the contemporary Chicana/o. Curated by Professor Rogelio Gutierrez, Arizona State University School of Art.

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