The wall, the anti-migrant militaristic policies along border states, and the Obama administration’s all out war on immigrants is like a knife cutting communities, indigenous people, families and wildlife. The wall is inflaming hatred and contributing to an atmosphere of vigilantism and oppression. Thirty artists respond with imagery from a variety of viewpoints. This touring exhibition is heading to cities around the country. (Piece to the right by Calixto Robles)
Dates & locations for traveling show:
• The Hive, Phoenix, AZ, April 1 – 30, 2011
• Freehold, NJ, April 30 – May 15, 2011
• De-Bug, San Jose, CA, May 1 – 15, 2011
• Meridian Gallery, San Francisco, May 21 – July 30, 2011 (showing those posters in traditional print techniques)
• Inkubator Press Cocoon Gallery, Kansas City, MO – July, 2011
Check the New World Border website for updates. And if you want the show for your venue, please BOOK your show today! It’s already a busy schedule.
The artists represent a wide cross section of approaches to the printed image, from esteemed Latino Poster Movement artist Malaquias Montoya, to Black Panther Minister of Culture Emory Douglas, Kearny Street Workshop icon Nancy Hom, New York political illustrator Frances Jetter, co-founder of the California Indian Art Movement, Frank LaPena, as well as powerful work by many other artists.
Take a look at some of the outstanding work!
Art by Nancy Hom
Art by Emory Douglas