Negra Sangre: Re-imagining the U.S.-Mexico Border: An Exhibit on Commodities and their Effects

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Saturday, April 22, 2017 - 7:00pm

Food, Drinks & DJQ Spins Music!

Showcasing artists from Tijuana, Mexicali, Nogales, and Tucson that critique and reflect on the effects of the oil industry, drug trafficking, and other commodities. This show, running through May 6, highlights artwork that engages economic and political discourses across U.S.-Mexico relations. 

Featured Artists: Alejandro Zacarias, Daniel Ruanova, Mely Barragan, Sergio Haro, Cheram Morales, Daniel Gibson, Rafael Veytia, El Sol Rac, Ingrid Hernandez, Luis Hernandez, Catalina Olmos, David Contreras, Jessica Bejar, Alicia Barrón, Pablo Castaneda, Paulina Sánchez, Amadis Lara Juan Enríquez, Xaguaro, Marco Vera, Adrian Pereda, Hector Ruiz, Luis Alonso Sánchez, David Maung, El Norteño, Jaime Ruiz Otis. 

Co-Sponsors: Mexicali Rose Art Collective, UA Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry, UA Department of Spanish and Portuguese, UA Faculty Interaction Grant, and Tucson Sculpture Resource Center