Family, Homeland, Revolution

The Mexican Museum

Family, Homeland, Revolution: Stories of the Chicano Movement. Presenting an exhibit of more than 40 artworks by Chicano artists. Spanning the time from the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s to the present day, "Family, Homeland, Revolution: Stories of the Chicano Movement" offers a comprehensive look at 50 years of activist art that reflects early to contemporary culture in the Chicano movement.

This is what SF/Arts curator Christian L. Frock had to say about Family, Homeland, Revolution :

"Family, Homeland, Revolution: Stories from the Chicano Movement" features more than 40 paintings, prints and sculptures by Chicano artists from the Civil Rights Movement to today, including Enrique Chagoya, Rupert Garcia, Ester Hernandez and Juan R. Fuentes, among many others. The work traces the history of the last 50 years, beginning with the roots of the Chicano Arts Movement.

Event Info
Apr 06 → Jun 24
Thu-Sun noon-4 pm
Mexican Museum, Bldg. D
Fort Mason, San Francisco
Info: 415.292.9700
Venue: 441-0404
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