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- If you haven't already, you still have time to find yourself a date for Muse Til Midnight🕺🏾 It is about to pop off with a great lineup playing tunes all night long. You also get to enjoy five exhibitions currently on view(all info on flyer) Celebrate Latin American and Latino art in Los Angeles with more than a dozen DJs both inside and outside the galleries from 8 pm ’til midnight, curated by ArtDontSleep and drawing inspiration from Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA. —Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency
- If you haven& #39;t already, you still have time to find yourself a date for Muse Til Midnight🕺🏾 It is about to pop off with a great lineup playing tunes all night long. You also get to enjoy five exhibitions currently on view(all info on flyer) Celebrate Latin American and Latino art in Los Angeles with more than a dozen DJs both inside and outside the galleries from 8 pm ’til midnight, curated by ArtDontSleep and drawing inspiration from Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA. —Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz ) #LACMAInstaResidency
- If you haven't already, you still have time to find yourself a date for Muse Til Midnight🕺🏾 It is about to pop off with a great lineup playing tunes all night long. You also get to enjoy five exhibitions currently on view(all info on flyer) Celebrate Latin American and Latino art in Los Angeles with more than a dozen DJs both inside and outside the galleries from 8 pm ’til midnight, curated by ArtDontSleep and drawing inspiration from Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA. —Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency
- Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa (@naufusramirezfigueroa ) performs this Sunday at 4pm at LACMA!🙌🏾 it's free and open to the public! Guatemalan artist Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa’s participation in A Universal History of Infamy is an installation and a performance titled El Corazón del espantapájaros (Heart of the Scarecrow), after a play by Guatemalan playwright Hugo Carrillo. The costumes and props used in the performance are part of the installation, which is activated by five L.A.-based performers working under the direction of the artist. Despite the critical success of the play in the 1960s, a 1975 student production faced brutal repression and censorship, which led to the cancellation of the show and the company’s entire theatrical season. Here is a snapshot and video of Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa and his installation in the show that will be activated this Sunday with performers, Nao Bustamante, Sebastian Hernandez, Pedro Jimenez, Marcus Kuiland-Nazario, and Jordan Puryear. —Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency #pstLALA
- Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa @naufusramirezfigueroa ) performs this Sunday at 4pm at LACMA!🙌🏾 it& #39;s free and open to the public! Guatemalan artist Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa’s participation in A Universal History of Infamy is an installation and a performance titled El Corazón del espantapájaros (Heart of the Scarecrow), after a play by Guatemalan playwright Hugo Carrillo. The costumes and props used in the performance are part of the installation, which is activated by five L.A.-based performers working under the direction of the artist. Despite the critical success of the play in the 1960s, a 1975 student production faced brutal repression and censorship, which led to the cancellation of the show and the company’s entire theatrical season. Here is a snapshot and video of Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa and his installation in the show that will be activated this Sunday with performers, Nao Bustamante, Sebastian Hernandez, Pedro Jimenez, Marcus Kuiland-Nazario, and Jordan Puryear. —Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz ) #LACMAInstaResidency #pstLALA
- Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa (@naufusramirezfigueroa ) performs this Sunday at 4pm at LACMA!🙌🏾 it's free and open to the public! Guatemalan artist Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa’s participation in A Universal History of Infamy is an installation and a performance titled El Corazón del espantapájaros (Heart of the Scarecrow), after a play by Guatemalan playwright Hugo Carrillo. The costumes and props used in the performance are part of the installation, which is activated by five L.A.-based performers working under the direction of the artist. Despite the critical success of the play in the 1960s, a 1975 student production faced brutal repression and censorship, which led to the cancellation of the show and the company’s entire theatrical season. Here is a snapshot and video of Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa and his installation in the show that will be activated this Sunday with performers, Nao Bustamante, Sebastian Hernandez, Pedro Jimenez, Marcus Kuiland-Nazario, and Jordan Puryear. —Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency #pstLALA
- Swipe left for more images For nearly four decades, Sarah Charlesworth (1943-2013) investigated the language of images in our culture and dissected pictorial codes while drawing attention to the role of photography in contemporary visual culture and our perception of the world. In the exhibition there is a video of an interview from 2004. In the interview, she mentions something that stood out to me because it made me think about the way I process information in images and how I understand the world. Here it is: Sarah Charlesworth– Pictures Generation Artist Interview (2004): "Because I had been influenced by conceptual art, the main part of my project was to engage photography as a language. In other words, to understand how we picture the world through photography because I was living in a world of images and I’ve tried to make my artwork as though I was exploring this world almost like Alice in Wonderland- what is this strange world of pictures that I live in and how do they affect me/us? We speak this language and we are surrounded by it– our sense of history, the moon, and outer space–it is all informed through photography." Sarah Charlesworth’s work is inspiring and I highly recommend checking it out. Sarah Charlesworth: Doubleworld Art of the Americas, Level 2 at LACMA August 20, 2017–February 4, 2018 —Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency
- Swipe left for more images For nearly four decades, Sarah Charlesworth (1943-2013) investigated the language of images in our culture and dissected pictorial codes while drawing attention to the role of photography in contemporary visual culture and our perception of the world. In the exhibition there is a video of an interview from 2004. In the interview, she mentions something that stood out to me because it made me think about the way I process information in images and how I understand the world. Here it is: Sarah Charlesworth– Pictures Generation Artist Interview (2004): "Because I had been influenced by conceptual art, the main part of my project was to engage photography as a language. In other words, to understand how we picture the world through photography because I was living in a world of images and I’ve tried to make my artwork as though I was exploring this world almost like Alice in Wonderland- what is this strange world of pictures that I live in and how do they affect me/us? We speak this language and we are surrounded by it– our sense of history, the moon, and outer space–it is all informed through photography." Sarah Charlesworth’s work is inspiring and I highly recommend checking it out. Sarah Charlesworth: Doubleworld Art of the Americas, Level 2 at LACMA August 20, 2017–February 4, 2018 —Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz ) #LACMAInstaResidency
- Swipe left for more images For nearly four decades, Sarah Charlesworth (1943-2013) investigated the language of images in our culture and dissected pictorial codes while drawing attention to the role of photography in contemporary visual culture and our perception of the world. In the exhibition there is a video of an interview from 2004. In the interview, she mentions something that stood out to me because it made me think about the way I process information in images and how I understand the world. Here it is: Sarah Charlesworth– Pictures Generation Artist Interview (2004): "Because I had been influenced by conceptual art, the main part of my project was to engage photography as a language. In other words, to understand how we picture the world through photography because I was living in a world of images and I’ve tried to make my artwork as though I was exploring this world almost like Alice in Wonderland- what is this strange world of pictures that I live in and how do they affect me/us? We speak this language and we are surrounded by it– our sense of history, the moon, and outer space–it is all informed through photography." Sarah Charlesworth’s work is inspiring and I highly recommend checking it out. Sarah Charlesworth: Doubleworld Art of the Americas, Level 2 at LACMA August 20, 2017–February 4, 2018 —Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency
- Sneak peek of the exhibition 'A Universal History of Infamy' at LACMA This exhibition engages 16 U.S. Latino and Latin American artists and collaborative teams working across a range of media—from installation and performance to drawing and video—challenging any notion of absoluteness with regard to what constitutes Latin America and its diaspora in the United States, the art that can be associated with it, and how to approach this complex region. Opens on August 20, 2017–February 19, 2018 Here are few a snap shots of works by Naufus Ramirez-Figueroa (Guatemala) Josefina Guilisasti (Chile) Vincent Ramos (Los Angeles) and Carolina Caycedo (Colombia/Los Angeles). —Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency #PSTLALA
- Sneak peek of the exhibition & #39;A Universal History of Infamy& #39; at LACMA This exhibition engages 16 U.S. Latino and Latin American artists and collaborative teams working across a range of media—from installation and performance to drawing and video—challenging any notion of absoluteness with regard to what constitutes Latin America and its diaspora in the United States, the art that can be associated with it, and how to approach this complex region. Opens on August 20, 2017–February 19, 2018 Here are few a snap shots of works by Naufus Ramirez-Figueroa (Guatemala) Josefina Guilisasti (Chile) Vincent Ramos (Los Angeles) and Carolina Caycedo (Colombia/Los Angeles). —Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz ) #LACMAInstaResidency #PSTLALA
- Sneak peek of the exhibition 'A Universal History of Infamy' at LACMA This exhibition engages 16 U.S. Latino and Latin American artists and collaborative teams working across a range of media—from installation and performance to drawing and video—challenging any notion of absoluteness with regard to what constitutes Latin America and its diaspora in the United States, the art that can be associated with it, and how to approach this complex region. Opens on August 20, 2017–February 19, 2018 Here are few a snap shots of works by Naufus Ramirez-Figueroa (Guatemala) Josefina Guilisasti (Chile) Vincent Ramos (Los Angeles) and Carolina Caycedo (Colombia/Los Angeles). —Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency #PSTLALA
- Mark it for down 🗓 and SWIPE left Laura Aguilar: Show and Tell is the first comprehensive retrospective of photographer Laura Aguilar, assembling works she produced over three decades. Through photographs and videos that are frequently political as well as personal, and which traverse performative, feminist, and queer art genres, Aguilar offers candid portrayals of herself, her friends and family, and LGBT and Latinx communities. Her practice intuitively evolved over time as she struggled to negotiate and navigate her ethnicity and sexuality, her challenges with depression and auditory dyslexia, and the acceptance of her large body. Throughout her work, Aguilar disrupts normative concepts of beauty and the female form while specifically utilizing the gendered body as a site for social critique. This exhibition tells the story of the artist who for most of her life struggled to communicate with words yet ironically emerged as a powerful voice for numerous and diverse marginalized groups. September 16 - February 10
at @vpam_arts 1301 Avenida Cesar Chavez Monterey Park, CA | 91754 —Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency
- Mark it for down 🗓 and SWIPE left Laura Aguilar: Show and Tell is the first comprehensive retrospective of photographer Laura Aguilar, assembling works she produced over three decades. Through photographs and videos that are frequently political as well as personal, and which traverse performative, feminist, and queer art genres, Aguilar offers candid portrayals of herself, her friends and family, and LGBT and Latinx communities. Her practice intuitively evolved over time as she struggled to negotiate and navigate her ethnicity and sexuality, her challenges with depression and auditory dyslexia, and the acceptance of her large body. Throughout her work, Aguilar disrupts normative concepts of beauty and the female form while specifically utilizing the gendered body as a site for social critique. This exhibition tells the story of the artist who for most of her life struggled to communicate with words yet ironically emerged as a powerful voice for numerous and diverse marginalized groups. September 16 - February 10
at @vpam_arts 1301 Avenida Cesar Chavez Monterey Park, CA | 91754 —Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz ) #LACMAInstaResidency
- Mark it for down 🗓 and SWIPE left Laura Aguilar: Show and Tell is the first comprehensive retrospective of photographer Laura Aguilar, assembling works she produced over three decades. Through photographs and videos that are frequently political as well as personal, and which traverse performative, feminist, and queer art genres, Aguilar offers candid portrayals of herself, her friends and family, and LGBT and Latinx communities. Her practice intuitively evolved over time as she struggled to negotiate and navigate her ethnicity and sexuality, her challenges with depression and auditory dyslexia, and the acceptance of her large body. Throughout her work, Aguilar disrupts normative concepts of beauty and the female form while specifically utilizing the gendered body as a site for social critique. This exhibition tells the story of the artist who for most of her life struggled to communicate with words yet ironically emerged as a powerful voice for numerous and diverse marginalized groups. September 16 - February 10
at @vpam_arts 1301 Avenida Cesar Chavez Monterey Park, CA | 91754 —Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency
- Who is familiar with the leyenda(ghostly story) of La Llorona (The Weeping Woman)? If you know how the story goes, comment below 👌🏾 ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• This painting titled 'Weeping Woman' (1973) by artist Carlos Almaraz is now on view till Dec. 3, 2017 at LACMA as part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA. Playing with Fire: Paintings by Carlos Almaraz is the first major retrospective of one of the most influential Los Angeles artists of the 1970s and 1980s.—Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency #PSTLALA
- Who is familiar with the leyenda(ghostly story) of La Llorona (The Weeping Woman)? If you know how the story goes, comment below 👌🏾 ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• This painting titled & #39;Weeping Woman& #39; (1973) by artist Carlos Almaraz is now on view till Dec. 3, 2017 at LACMA as part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA. Playing with Fire: Paintings by Carlos Almaraz is the first major retrospective of one of the most influential Los Angeles artists of the 1970s and 1980s.—Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz ) #LACMAInstaResidency #PSTLALA
- Who is familiar with the leyenda(ghostly story) of La Llorona (The Weeping Woman)? If you know how the story goes, comment below 👌🏾 ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• This painting titled 'Weeping Woman' (1973) by artist Carlos Almaraz is now on view till Dec. 3, 2017 at LACMA as part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA. Playing with Fire: Paintings by Carlos Almaraz is the first major retrospective of one of the most influential Los Angeles artists of the 1970s and 1980s.—Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency #PSTLALA
- What an amazing time at LACMA's Archive Dept. This is me looking at some historical images/slides of murals around Los Angeles, most of these murals don't exist anymore which makes me want to drive around Los Angeles to see what's there now. I'd like to say thank you to archivist, Jessica ( @jgambling ) for showing me the collection. I'll definitely be back! Here are some photos I took of the walk through with Jessica *SWIPE LEFT* —Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency
- What an amazing time at LACMA& #39;s Archive Dept. This is me looking at some historical images/slides of murals around Los Angeles, most of these murals don& #39;t exist anymore which makes me want to drive around Los Angeles to see what& #39;s there now. I& #39;d like to say thank you to archivist, Jessica ( @jgambling ) for showing me the collection. I& #39;ll definitely be back! Here are some photos I took of the walk through with Jessica *SWIPE LEFT* —Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz ) #LACMAInstaResidency
- What an amazing time at LACMA's Archive Dept. This is me looking at some historical images/slides of murals around Los Angeles, most of these murals don't exist anymore which makes me want to drive around Los Angeles to see what's there now. I'd like to say thank you to archivist, Jessica ( @jgambling ) for showing me the collection. I'll definitely be back! Here are some photos I took of the walk through with Jessica *SWIPE LEFT* —Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency
- Art, Music and Dance brings people together! Just like this clip from the movie Flashdance (1983). No Easy Props is proud to present BBoy Summit 2017 Healing the World Thru Hip-Hop Aug. 13 noon-8pm LaFayette Park 635 La Fayette Park Pl, LA. 90057 FREE AND ALL AGES! Donations accepted Check out www.bboysummit.com or @bboysummitofficial for more info! From BBoy Summit's website: "In response to world attention of multiculturalism, diversity, and community engagement through the arts, the Bboy Summit theme for 2017 is “Healing the World Thru Hip-Hop”, featuring local, national, and international Hip-Hop practitioners, activists, and educators who are empowering marginalized communities around the globe through Hip-Hop, by supporting the education, enrichment and cultivation of local Hip-Hop artists, especially youth, women and people of color." If you break, rap, dj, and write graffiti because it’s your lifestyle, or are a purveyor of the lifestyle you know that this culture is timeless and ageless. For the very young and the old. From the pros to the protégées, the activists, the competitors, the teachers, the students, and the masters, this is something special just for you! ( Song by The Jimmy Castor Bunch "It's just begun")—Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency
- Art, Music and Dance brings people together! Just like this clip from the movie Flashdance (1983). No Easy Props is proud to present BBoy Summit 2017 Healing the World Thru Hip-Hop Aug. 13 noon-8pm LaFayette Park 635 La Fayette Park Pl, LA. 90057 FREE AND ALL AGES! Donations accepted Check out www.bboysummit.com or @bboysummitofficial for more info! From BBoy Summit& #39;s website: "In response to world attention of multiculturalism, diversity, and community engagement through the arts, the Bboy Summit theme for 2017 is “Healing the World Thru Hip-Hop”, featuring local, national, and international Hip-Hop practitioners, activists, and educators who are empowering marginalized communities around the globe through Hip-Hop, by supporting the education, enrichment and cultivation of local Hip-Hop artists, especially youth, women and people of color." If you break, rap, dj, and write graffiti because it’s your lifestyle, or are a purveyor of the lifestyle you know that this culture is timeless and ageless. For the very young and the old. From the pros to the protégées, the activists, the competitors, the teachers, the students, and the masters, this is something special just for you! ( Song by The Jimmy Castor Bunch "It& #39;s just begun")—Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz ) #LACMAInstaResidency
- Art, Music and Dance brings people together! Just like this clip from the movie Flashdance (1983). No Easy Props is proud to present BBoy Summit 2017 Healing the World Thru Hip-Hop Aug. 13 noon-8pm LaFayette Park 635 La Fayette Park Pl, LA. 90057 FREE AND ALL AGES! Donations accepted Check out www.bboysummit.com or @bboysummitofficial for more info! From BBoy Summit's website: "In response to world attention of multiculturalism, diversity, and community engagement through the arts, the Bboy Summit theme for 2017 is “Healing the World Thru Hip-Hop”, featuring local, national, and international Hip-Hop practitioners, activists, and educators who are empowering marginalized communities around the globe through Hip-Hop, by supporting the education, enrichment and cultivation of local Hip-Hop artists, especially youth, women and people of color." If you break, rap, dj, and write graffiti because it’s your lifestyle, or are a purveyor of the lifestyle you know that this culture is timeless and ageless. For the very young and the old. From the pros to the protégées, the activists, the competitors, the teachers, the students, and the masters, this is something special just for you! ( Song by The Jimmy Castor Bunch "It's just begun")—Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency
- What started as a personal desire for the visibility of Southern California’s 90s rave and party crew scene within the latino neighborhoods, the project (digitally and physically) has grown tremendously with the help of many people. Five years ago I began collecting physical material / artifacts of the 1990s Southern California rave and party crew subculture, most of which were donated by the people who were part of the subculture. Through this process I met photographer, Eddie Ruvalcaba when he submitted a few photos he took at raves and parties back in the 90s to my instagram projects @veterans_and_rucas and @map_pointz. (some party crews also hired him for photoshoots). Eddie, who studied photography at East Los Angeles College always had a camera with him. I value Eddie’s work a lot and have expressed to him how important his photographs are, not only to me but to many people who didn’t have the opportunity to document their teenage years. Now 20+ years later, he and I are dusting off some of these negatives and artifacts from the archive and will be included in a group exhibition at Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts curated by Risa Puleo. The show opens December 7th. @risapuleo The first 2 images are scanned negatives courtesy of Eddie Ruvalcaba @edruv (the first image has some water damage. It's a photo of a member of party crew "Ruthless")1992. Second image is from a photo shoot on Melrose with party crew, "The Girls" in 1992. Image 3 is a photo of an install I worked on this year using original 90s party flyers from the archive collection that were carefully color coordinated. If you're interested in learning about this project or want to help in anyway, check out @map_pointz Have a great weekend everyone!— Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency
- What started as a personal desire for the visibility of Southern California’s 90s rave and party crew scene within the latino neighborhoods, the project (digitally and physically) has grown tremendously with the help of many people. Five years ago I began collecting physical material / artifacts of the 1990s Southern California rave and party crew subculture, most of which were donated by the people who were part of the subculture. Through this process I met photographer, Eddie Ruvalcaba when he submitted a few photos he took at raves and parties back in the 90s to my instagram projects @veterans_and_rucas and @map_pointz. (some party crews also hired him for photoshoots). Eddie, who studied photography at East Los Angeles College always had a camera with him. I value Eddie’s work a lot and have expressed to him how important his photographs are, not only to me but to many people who didn’t have the opportunity to document their teenage years. Now 20+ years later, he and I are dusting off some of these negatives and artifacts from the archive and will be included in a group exhibition at Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts curated by Risa Puleo. The show opens December 7th. @risapuleo The first 2 images are scanned negatives courtesy of Eddie Ruvalcaba @edruv (the first image has some water damage. It& #39;s a photo of a member of party crew "Ruthless")1992. Second image is from a photo shoot on Melrose with party crew, "The Girls" in 1992. Image 3 is a photo of an install I worked on this year using original 90s party flyers from the archive collection that were carefully color coordinated. If you& #39;re interested in learning about this project or want to help in anyway, check out @map_pointz Have a great weekend everyone!— Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz ) #LACMAInstaResidency
- What started as a personal desire for the visibility of Southern California’s 90s rave and party crew scene within the latino neighborhoods, the project (digitally and physically) has grown tremendously with the help of many people. Five years ago I began collecting physical material / artifacts of the 1990s Southern California rave and party crew subculture, most of which were donated by the people who were part of the subculture. Through this process I met photographer, Eddie Ruvalcaba when he submitted a few photos he took at raves and parties back in the 90s to my instagram projects @veterans_and_rucas and @map_pointz. (some party crews also hired him for photoshoots). Eddie, who studied photography at East Los Angeles College always had a camera with him. I value Eddie’s work a lot and have expressed to him how important his photographs are, not only to me but to many people who didn’t have the opportunity to document their teenage years. Now 20+ years later, he and I are dusting off some of these negatives and artifacts from the archive and will be included in a group exhibition at Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts curated by Risa Puleo. The show opens December 7th. @risapuleo The first 2 images are scanned negatives courtesy of Eddie Ruvalcaba @edruv (the first image has some water damage. It's a photo of a member of party crew "Ruthless")1992. Second image is from a photo shoot on Melrose with party crew, "The Girls" in 1992. Image 3 is a photo of an install I worked on this year using original 90s party flyers from the archive collection that were carefully color coordinated. If you're interested in learning about this project or want to help in anyway, check out @map_pointz Have a great weekend everyone!— Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency
- Muse Till Midnight is about to pop off August 19th! Great lineup playing tunes all night from 8pm-midnight. You also get to enjoy five exhibitions currently on view(all info on flyer) Get your tickets and come party with us. Celebrate Latin American and Latino art in Los Angeles with more than a dozen DJs both inside and outside the galleries from 8 pm ’til midnight, curated by ArtDontSleep and drawing inspiration from Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA. —Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency
- Muse Till Midnight is about to pop off August 19th! Great lineup playing tunes all night from 8pm-midnight. You also get to enjoy five exhibitions currently on view(all info on flyer) Get your tickets and come party with us. Celebrate Latin American and Latino art in Los Angeles with more than a dozen DJs both inside and outside the galleries from 8 pm ’til midnight, curated by ArtDontSleep and drawing inspiration from Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA. —Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz ) #LACMAInstaResidency
- Muse Till Midnight is about to pop off August 19th! Great lineup playing tunes all night from 8pm-midnight. You also get to enjoy five exhibitions currently on view(all info on flyer) Get your tickets and come party with us. Celebrate Latin American and Latino art in Los Angeles with more than a dozen DJs both inside and outside the galleries from 8 pm ’til midnight, curated by ArtDontSleep and drawing inspiration from Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA. —Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency
- Today I had the opportunity to spend time with artist, Carmen Argote at her studio in Los Angeles. What stood out to me most about her site-specific work is that it is also heavily influenced by her parents. Although her father never worked as an architect, he studied architecture in Guadalajara, Mexico, and created architectural renderings of houses that he wanted to build. Argote also has an ongoing collaboration with her grandmother, a professional seamstress, and her mother who works as a pattern maker. For the installation, ‘Place On-Fold’ the artist went twice a week to Orange County Museum of Art and cut sections of the hanging fabrics on site into patterns. These patterns were then sewn by her grandmother and mother. The work is finished when all the fabric is cut out, leaving very thin shreds of fabric to hang, making visible a pallet of garments hung on racks along the pavilions perimeter walls. Place On Fold, is currently on view at OCMA. Closes September 3 You should also check out her piece, ‘720sq ft in the exhibition, ‘Home: So Different, So Appealin’ at LACMA. Closes October 15 Upcoming: Tierra, Sangre, Oro, Ballroom Marfa Opening August 26 Proyectos LA, showing with Instituto de Vision Opening September 17th Pyramids, Panel. LA Opening September 21— Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency
- Today I had the opportunity to spend time with artist, Carmen Argote at her studio in Los Angeles. What stood out to me most about her site-specific work is that it is also heavily influenced by her parents. Although her father never worked as an architect, he studied architecture in Guadalajara, Mexico, and created architectural renderings of houses that he wanted to build. Argote also has an ongoing collaboration with her grandmother, a professional seamstress, and her mother who works as a pattern maker. For the installation, ‘Place On-Fold’ the artist went twice a week to Orange County Museum of Art and cut sections of the hanging fabrics on site into patterns. These patterns were then sewn by her grandmother and mother. The work is finished when all the fabric is cut out, leaving very thin shreds of fabric to hang, making visible a pallet of garments hung on racks along the pavilions perimeter walls. Place On Fold, is currently on view at OCMA. Closes September 3 You should also check out her piece, ‘720sq ft in the exhibition, ‘Home: So Different, So Appealin’ at LACMA. Closes October 15 Upcoming: Tierra, Sangre, Oro, Ballroom Marfa Opening August 26 Proyectos LA, showing with Instituto de Vision Opening September 17th Pyramids, Panel. LA Opening September 21— Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz ) #LACMAInstaResidency
- Today I had the opportunity to spend time with artist, Carmen Argote at her studio in Los Angeles. What stood out to me most about her site-specific work is that it is also heavily influenced by her parents. Although her father never worked as an architect, he studied architecture in Guadalajara, Mexico, and created architectural renderings of houses that he wanted to build. Argote also has an ongoing collaboration with her grandmother, a professional seamstress, and her mother who works as a pattern maker. For the installation, ‘Place On-Fold’ the artist went twice a week to Orange County Museum of Art and cut sections of the hanging fabrics on site into patterns. These patterns were then sewn by her grandmother and mother. The work is finished when all the fabric is cut out, leaving very thin shreds of fabric to hang, making visible a pallet of garments hung on racks along the pavilions perimeter walls. Place On Fold, is currently on view at OCMA. Closes September 3 You should also check out her piece, ‘720sq ft in the exhibition, ‘Home: So Different, So Appealin’ at LACMA. Closes October 15 Upcoming: Tierra, Sangre, Oro, Ballroom Marfa Opening August 26 Proyectos LA, showing with Instituto de Vision Opening September 17th Pyramids, Panel. LA Opening September 21— Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency
- It's Throwback Thursday! A few weeks ago I posted an open call worldwide here on LACMA's IG for throwback photos. I asked people to submit portraits and candid images from 1990s and earlier—anything pre-cell phone and selfies. I received so many amazing photos but since the open call was only for three days, I didn't post all of them. Here are some of my favorite photos that were generously submitted by people who follow LACMA's IG that I didn't get to post until now. SWIPE left for more photos! Photo 1. IG name and caption info: @julie.hurst Name: Julie Year/date: 1987 Location: San Diego, CA Info: Packing up my room & preparing to go away to college...left these posters/pictures until last to take down Photo 2. Name: Eddie Ruvalcaba IG name and caption info: @edruv Year: 1992 Info: Los Angeles party crew, The Girls in Melrose. "The Girls party were primarily based out of Boyle Heights, Roosevelt High School which is where I went as well. We decided to go to Melrose Ave because it was the place to shop for the best style of clothing. (Dr Martens, Dickies pants and Bomber Jackets)" Photo 3. IG and caption info: @theodoremoss3 Info: I think this was taken Dec 1989 even though the calendar says 1990. I moved to LA January 1990. This was at my friends apartment in Phoenix Az. It was a small party maybe 8-12 people & it was also my first & last beer bong. Photo 4. IG name and caption info : @jerkmagnet Name: Nicole Info: Derrick & Nicole Photo taken at a photo booth in Santa Cruz CA July 1994 — Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency
- It& #39;s Throwback Thursday! A few weeks ago I posted an open call worldwide here on LACMA& #39;s IG for throwback photos. I asked people to submit portraits and candid images from 1990s and earlier—anything pre-cell phone and selfies. I received so many amazing photos but since the open call was only for three days, I didn& #39;t post all of them. Here are some of my favorite photos that were generously submitted by people who follow LACMA& #39;s IG that I didn& #39;t get to post until now. SWIPE left for more photos! Photo 1. IG name and caption info: @julie.hurst Name: Julie Year/date: 1987 Location: San Diego, CA Info: Packing up my room & preparing to go away to college...left these posters/pictures until last to take down Photo 2. Name: Eddie Ruvalcaba IG name and caption info: @edruv Year: 1992 Info: Los Angeles party crew, The Girls in Melrose. "The Girls party were primarily based out of Boyle Heights, Roosevelt High School which is where I went as well. We decided to go to Melrose Ave because it was the place to shop for the best style of clothing. (Dr Martens, Dickies pants and Bomber Jackets)" Photo 3. IG and caption info: @theodoremoss3 Info: I think this was taken Dec 1989 even though the calendar says 1990. I moved to LA January 1990. This was at my friends apartment in Phoenix Az. It was a small party maybe 8-12 people & it was also my first & last beer bong. Photo 4. IG name and caption info : @jerkmagnet Name: Nicole Info: Derrick & Nicole Photo taken at a photo booth in Santa Cruz CA July 1994 — Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz ) #LACMAInstaResidency
- It's Throwback Thursday! A few weeks ago I posted an open call worldwide here on LACMA's IG for throwback photos. I asked people to submit portraits and candid images from 1990s and earlier—anything pre-cell phone and selfies. I received so many amazing photos but since the open call was only for three days, I didn't post all of them. Here are some of my favorite photos that were generously submitted by people who follow LACMA's IG that I didn't get to post until now. SWIPE left for more photos! Photo 1. IG name and caption info: @julie.hurst Name: Julie Year/date: 1987 Location: San Diego, CA Info: Packing up my room & preparing to go away to college...left these posters/pictures until last to take down Photo 2. Name: Eddie Ruvalcaba IG name and caption info: @edruv Year: 1992 Info: Los Angeles party crew, The Girls in Melrose. "The Girls party were primarily based out of Boyle Heights, Roosevelt High School which is where I went as well. We decided to go to Melrose Ave because it was the place to shop for the best style of clothing. (Dr Martens, Dickies pants and Bomber Jackets)" Photo 3. IG and caption info: @theodoremoss3 Info: I think this was taken Dec 1989 even though the calendar says 1990. I moved to LA January 1990. This was at my friends apartment in Phoenix Az. It was a small party maybe 8-12 people & it was also my first & last beer bong. Photo 4. IG name and caption info : @jerkmagnet Name: Nicole Info: Derrick & Nicole Photo taken at a photo booth in Santa Cruz CA July 1994 — Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency
- I had a wonderful studio visit with Carolina Caycedo. We talked about the erasure of landscapes, tradition and history. The fishing nets in her current work reminded me of a photograph my mother once showed me when I was a kid. The photo was of two fishermen throwing fishing nets in lake Pátzcuaro Michoacán, Mexico, a town where my mother grew up. As a kid I never really thought about water droughts, contaminations or the extinction of fish. Now as an adult and talking to Carolina about these issues, I began to think, if there is no water or fish, the knowledge and legacy of fishermen also gets erased— the craft of weaving fishing nets and the body gestures/movements the fishermen use gets lost, like a chain reaction. Carolina Caycedo uses her skills as an artist to highlight issues that otherwise would go unnoticed or forgotten. Art permits her to engage with specific struggles in a political and an aesthetic form.—Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency If you want to check out @lacaycedo Carolina Caycedo's work, here is a list of upcoming shows: Let Our Souls Grow Deep Like The Rivers Stark Bar-Lacma August 10, 2017 - March 2018 A Universal History of Infamy Lacma August 20, 2017–February 19, 2018 Temperature Check: Body of Evidence MACLA/Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana, San Jose, CA September 1, 2017 – November 12, 2017 Dysfunctional Formulas of Love The Box Gallery September 1st to November 2nd, 2017 Hunger as a Teacher Commonwealth and Council September 9—October 21, 2017 Projectos LA with Instituto de Vision September and October 2017. Decolonize the Body- River Serpent Workshop The Main Museum November 11 and 12 , 2017
- I had a wonderful studio visit with Carolina Caycedo. We talked about the erasure of landscapes, tradition and history. The fishing nets in her current work reminded me of a photograph my mother once showed me when I was a kid. The photo was of two fishermen throwing fishing nets in lake Pátzcuaro Michoacán, Mexico, a town where my mother grew up. As a kid I never really thought about water droughts, contaminations or the extinction of fish. Now as an adult and talking to Carolina about these issues, I began to think, if there is no water or fish, the knowledge and legacy of fishermen also gets erased— the craft of weaving fishing nets and the body gestures/movements the fishermen use gets lost, like a chain reaction. Carolina Caycedo uses her skills as an artist to highlight issues that otherwise would go unnoticed or forgotten. Art permits her to engage with specific struggles in a political and an aesthetic form.—Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz ) #LACMAInstaResidency If you want to check out @lacaycedo Carolina Caycedo& #39;s work, here is a list of upcoming shows: Let Our Souls Grow Deep Like The Rivers Stark Bar-Lacma August 10, 2017 - March 2018 A Universal History of Infamy Lacma August 20, 2017–February 19, 2018 Temperature Check: Body of Evidence MACLA/Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana, San Jose, CA September 1, 2017 – November 12, 2017 Dysfunctional Formulas of Love The Box Gallery September 1st to November 2nd, 2017 Hunger as a Teacher Commonwealth and Council September 9—October 21, 2017 Projectos LA with Instituto de Vision September and October 2017. Decolonize the Body- River Serpent Workshop The Main Museum November 11 and 12 , 2017
- I had a wonderful studio visit with Carolina Caycedo. We talked about the erasure of landscapes, tradition and history. The fishing nets in her current work reminded me of a photograph my mother once showed me when I was a kid. The photo was of two fishermen throwing fishing nets in lake Pátzcuaro Michoacán, Mexico, a town where my mother grew up. As a kid I never really thought about water droughts, contaminations or the extinction of fish. Now as an adult and talking to Carolina about these issues, I began to think, if there is no water or fish, the knowledge and legacy of fishermen also gets erased— the craft of weaving fishing nets and the body gestures/movements the fishermen use gets lost, like a chain reaction. Carolina Caycedo uses her skills as an artist to highlight issues that otherwise would go unnoticed or forgotten. Art permits her to engage with specific struggles in a political and an aesthetic form.—Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency If you want to check out @lacaycedo Carolina Caycedo's work, here is a list of upcoming shows: Let Our Souls Grow Deep Like The Rivers Stark Bar-Lacma August 10, 2017 - March 2018 A Universal History of Infamy Lacma August 20, 2017–February 19, 2018 Temperature Check: Body of Evidence MACLA/Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana, San Jose, CA September 1, 2017 – November 12, 2017 Dysfunctional Formulas of Love The Box Gallery September 1st to November 2nd, 2017 Hunger as a Teacher Commonwealth and Council September 9—October 21, 2017 Projectos LA with Instituto de Vision September and October 2017. Decolonize the Body- River Serpent Workshop The Main Museum November 11 and 12 , 2017
- Good morning ! I am on my way to meet with artist and friend, Carolina Caycedo at her studio. Super excited to learn and talk about her work. I'll do a follow up on my next post later today! Photo info: One Body of Water (2015)performance by artist Carolina Caycedo, developed in response to the Bowtie Parcel. One Body of Water intertwines the stories of three contested rivers of the Americas: the Magdalena (Colombia), Yaqui (Mexico), and Elwha (Washington, US) rivers. Resonating with indigenous oral traditions, Caycedo and her collaborators embodied the voice of the three rivers around a fire, inviting the audience to shift the way we think about nature, and how we interact with non-human bodies. The performance began with a blessing by the Gabrielino Tongva Tribe. The performance took place in Los Angeles part of The Bowtie Project/Clockshop. Much love to our #TONGVA people!—Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency Photo and performance info courtesy of Gina Clyne and Carolina Caycedo @lacaycedo
- Good morning ! I am on my way to meet with artist and friend, Carolina Caycedo at her studio. Super excited to learn and talk about her work. I& #39;ll do a follow up on my next post later today! Photo info: One Body of Water (2015)performance by artist Carolina Caycedo, developed in response to the Bowtie Parcel. One Body of Water intertwines the stories of three contested rivers of the Americas: the Magdalena (Colombia), Yaqui (Mexico), and Elwha (Washington, US) rivers. Resonating with indigenous oral traditions, Caycedo and her collaborators embodied the voice of the three rivers around a fire, inviting the audience to shift the way we think about nature, and how we interact with non-human bodies. The performance began with a blessing by the Gabrielino Tongva Tribe. The performance took place in Los Angeles part of The Bowtie Project/Clockshop. Much love to our #TONGVA people!—Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz ) #LACMAInstaResidency Photo and performance info courtesy of Gina Clyne and Carolina Caycedo @lacaycedo
- Good morning ! I am on my way to meet with artist and friend, Carolina Caycedo at her studio. Super excited to learn and talk about her work. I'll do a follow up on my next post later today! Photo info: One Body of Water (2015)performance by artist Carolina Caycedo, developed in response to the Bowtie Parcel. One Body of Water intertwines the stories of three contested rivers of the Americas: the Magdalena (Colombia), Yaqui (Mexico), and Elwha (Washington, US) rivers. Resonating with indigenous oral traditions, Caycedo and her collaborators embodied the voice of the three rivers around a fire, inviting the audience to shift the way we think about nature, and how we interact with non-human bodies. The performance began with a blessing by the Gabrielino Tongva Tribe. The performance took place in Los Angeles part of The Bowtie Project/Clockshop. Much love to our #TONGVA people!—Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency Photo and performance info courtesy of Gina Clyne and Carolina Caycedo @lacaycedo
- Amalia Mesa-Bains 'Transparent Migrations' (2001) One of the most amazing pieces in the exhibition, 'Home– So Different, So Appealing'. Even the title 'Transparent Migrations' says a lot to me. Amalia has long explored domestic space as a social, spiritual, political and economic practice and here she uses transparent surfaces–mirrors, glass and crystal– to connect landscape and home. The armoire serves as an archive of the immigrant experience, holding personal artifacts and photographs while also containing a miniature replica of the Aztec capital Tenochtitlán and images of casta (caste) paintings that depict racial mixing during the Spanish colonial period. The exhibition is up till October 15, 2017, come check it out —Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency
- Amalia Mesa-Bains & #39;Transparent Migrations& #39; (2001) One of the most amazing pieces in the exhibition, & #39;Home – So Different, So Appealing& #39; . Even the title & #39;Transparent Migrations& #39; says a lot to me. Amalia has long explored domestic space as a social, spiritual, political and economic practice and here she uses transparent surfaces–mirrors, glass and crystal– to connect landscape and home. The armoire serves as an archive of the immigrant experience, holding personal artifacts and photographs while also containing a miniature replica of the Aztec capital Tenochtitlán and images of casta (caste) paintings that depict racial mixing during the Spanish colonial period. The exhibition is up till October 15, 2017, come check it out —Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz ) #LACMAInstaResidency
- Amalia Mesa-Bains 'Transparent Migrations' (2001) One of the most amazing pieces in the exhibition, 'Home– So Different, So Appealing'. Even the title 'Transparent Migrations' says a lot to me. Amalia has long explored domestic space as a social, spiritual, political and economic practice and here she uses transparent surfaces–mirrors, glass and crystal– to connect landscape and home. The armoire serves as an archive of the immigrant experience, holding personal artifacts and photographs while also containing a miniature replica of the Aztec capital Tenochtitlán and images of casta (caste) paintings that depict racial mixing during the Spanish colonial period. The exhibition is up till October 15, 2017, come check it out —Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency
- Over the weekend I got to see the exhibition Chagall: Fantasies for the Stage and I have to say that the costumes and entire exhibition feel so timeless. The vibrant colors and the way the show is displayed with beautiful backdrops brings the costumes to life. The exhibition concentrates on Chagall’s four productions for the stage—the ballets Aleko, set to music by Pyotr Tchaikovsky (1942), The Firebird by Igor Stravinsky (1945), Daphnis and Chloé by Maurice Ravel (1958), and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s opera The Magic Flute (1967). The exhibition features the artist’s vibrant costumes and set designs—and also presents a selection of iconic paintings depicting musicians and lyrical scenes, numerous works on paper, and documentary footage of original performances. In bringing these pieces together, Chagall: Fantasies for the Stage communicates the moving and celebratory power of music and art, and spotlights this important aspect of the artist’s career. Check it out runs through January 7, 2018—Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency
- Over the weekend I got to see the exhibition Chagall: Fantasies for the Stage and I have to say that the costumes and entire exhibition feel so timeless. The vibrant colors and the way the show is displayed with beautiful backdrops brings the costumes to life. The exhibition concentrates on Chagall’s four productions for the stage—the ballets Aleko, set to music by Pyotr Tchaikovsky (1942), The Firebird by Igor Stravinsky (1945), Daphnis and Chloé by Maurice Ravel (1958), and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s opera The Magic Flute (1967). The exhibition features the artist’s vibrant costumes and set designs—and also presents a selection of iconic paintings depicting musicians and lyrical scenes, numerous works on paper, and documentary footage of original performances. In bringing these pieces together, Chagall: Fantasies for the Stage communicates the moving and celebratory power of music and art, and spotlights this important aspect of the artist’s career. Check it out runs through January 7, 2018—Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz ) #LACMAInstaResidency
- Over the weekend I got to see the exhibition Chagall: Fantasies for the Stage and I have to say that the costumes and entire exhibition feel so timeless. The vibrant colors and the way the show is displayed with beautiful backdrops brings the costumes to life. The exhibition concentrates on Chagall’s four productions for the stage—the ballets Aleko, set to music by Pyotr Tchaikovsky (1942), The Firebird by Igor Stravinsky (1945), Daphnis and Chloé by Maurice Ravel (1958), and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s opera The Magic Flute (1967). The exhibition features the artist’s vibrant costumes and set designs—and also presents a selection of iconic paintings depicting musicians and lyrical scenes, numerous works on paper, and documentary footage of original performances. In bringing these pieces together, Chagall: Fantasies for the Stage communicates the moving and celebratory power of music and art, and spotlights this important aspect of the artist’s career. Check it out runs through January 7, 2018—Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency
- 'Love Makes the City Crumble' (1983) Oil on canvas 'Murder' (1987) Oil on canvas Playing with Fire: Paintings by Carlos Almaraz is the first major retrospective of one of the most influential Los Angeles artists of the 1970s and 1980s. Arguably the first of the many Chicano artists whose artistic, cultural, and political motivations catalyzed the Chicano art movement in the 1970s, Almaraz began his career with political works for the farm workers’ causa and co-founded the important artist collective Los Four. The first to focus predominantly on Almaraz’s large-scale paintings, the exhibition features more than 60 works and includes pastels, ephemera, and notebooks, mostly from 1967 through 1989, the year of the artist’s untimely death at age 48.—Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency Opens today BCAM, Level 2 August 6, 2017–December 3, 2017
- & #39;Love Makes the City Crumble& #39; (1983) Oil on canvas & #39;Murder & #39; (1987) Oil on canvas Playing with Fire: Paintings by Carlos Almaraz is the first major retrospective of one of the most influential Los Angeles artists of the 1970s and 1980s. Arguably the first of the many Chicano artists whose artistic, cultural, and political motivations catalyzed the Chicano art movement in the 1970s, Almaraz began his career with political works for the farm workers’ causa and co-founded the important artist collective Los Four. The first to focus predominantly on Almaraz’s large-scale paintings, the exhibition features more than 60 works and includes pastels, ephemera, and notebooks, mostly from 1967 through 1989, the year of the artist’s untimely death at age 48.—Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz ) #LACMAInstaResidency Opens today BCAM, Level 2 August 6, 2017–December 3, 2017
- 'Love Makes the City Crumble' (1983) Oil on canvas 'Murder' (1987) Oil on canvas Playing with Fire: Paintings by Carlos Almaraz is the first major retrospective of one of the most influential Los Angeles artists of the 1970s and 1980s. Arguably the first of the many Chicano artists whose artistic, cultural, and political motivations catalyzed the Chicano art movement in the 1970s, Almaraz began his career with political works for the farm workers’ causa and co-founded the important artist collective Los Four. The first to focus predominantly on Almaraz’s large-scale paintings, the exhibition features more than 60 works and includes pastels, ephemera, and notebooks, mostly from 1967 through 1989, the year of the artist’s untimely death at age 48.—Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency Opens today BCAM, Level 2 August 6, 2017–December 3, 2017

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