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Curator And Educator Chon Noriega Discusses Protest And Activism In Latin American And Latino Art

Art has been an integral part of social upheaval and disruption throughout the 20th and 21st centuries, both as a visual embodiment of revolutionary movements, and as an expression of protest against corrupt regimes or human rights abuses. Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA—the Getty’s multi-venue initiative focused on Latin American and Latino Art—gives voice to the link between art and activism, a common theme running through several of the exhibitions.
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