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On the margins, the sixth Ghetto Biennale

The Haitian revolution, perhaps one of the most important and neglected revolutions, seems to have been written by western history gathering its great drifts and fragility. For many it has always been a historical resource that has shown how bottom-up change is possible.

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

AS BRILLIANT AS THE SUN

I am Super Excited to be included in this stellar publication! Thank you and congratulations to Camilla Boemio, Fabrizio Orsini, AAC Platform Project and vanillaedizioni! Also congratulations to all the featured artists! I'm looking forward to the upcoming publication launch on February 1st at Contemporary