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Mexican Cultural Institute Los Angeles

Exhibition Detail
Ritual Duality: A Dance With Death
125 Paseo de la Plaza, Suite 100
Los Angeles, CA 90012


October 18th, 2008 - November 4th, 2008
Opening: 
November 1st, 2008 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM
 
Bad Artist, Daniel GonzalezDaniel Gonzalez, Bad Artist,
Linocut, 4x4 in.
© Daniel Gonzalez
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The Mexican Cultural Institute of Los Angeles

invites you to attend its

2008 Dia De Los Muertos Group Exhibition,

RITUAL DUALITY: A Dance With Death

 featuring work of both established and emerging Los Angeles artists.

The works will explore both traditional and non-traditional perspectives of this particular feast

celebrated throughout various regions of the Americas.

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The artist reception will take place on the evening of

SATURDAY, November 1, 2008, 6-11p.m.

@ the Mexican Cultural Institute at Olvera Street

(El Pueblo Historical Monument) in Downtown Los Angeles.

The event will take place in the downstairs gallery

located in the Biscailuz Building (right next to the Plaza Methodist Church.)

A free, live musical performance by L.A.'s own BUYEPONGO (www.myspace.com/buyepongo)

will bring all to the dance floor as they deliver sweet CUMBIAS to celebrate los muertos!!!

Food and drinks will be provided.

*ALL EVENTS SPONSORED BY

THE MEXICAN CULTURAL INSTITUTE

ARE FREE TO THE PUBLIC*

 

 


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