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A Declaration of Immigration is a contemporary exhibition that depicts many of the experiences and viewpoints within U.S. immigrant communities. The works of over 70 artists will help visitors to better understand this complex issue by providing immigrant perspectives that are seldom included in the national debate. As a vital part of the democratic process, artists and community based institutions play a critical role in any civic dialogue or struggle for social justice. This exhibition will launch the National Museum of Mexican Art’s three-year commitment to immigrant-centered programs.
Jaishri Abichandani, David Avalos, Margarita Cabrera, Alma Carrillo, Charlie Carrillo, Victor Cartagena, Juan Angel Chavez, Javier Chavira, Juan & Ricardo Compean, Carlos Cortez (1923-2005), Miguel Cortinas, Ana Laura de la Garza, Jamex & Einar de la Torre, Eduardo de Soignie, Alejandro Diaz, Fidencio Duran, Jose Esquivel, Ana Teresa Fernandez, Carlos Fresquez, Eric J. García, Edgar Heap of Birds, Patrick “Pato” Hebert, Esther Hernández, Nicholas Herrera, Anni Holm, Benito Huerta, Luis Jimenez Jr. (1940-2006), Nicario Jimenez, Hee Jin Kang, Betty Lee, Samella Lewis, Yolanda Lopez, Juan Carlos Macías, Noelle Mason, Delilah Montoya, Malaquías Montoya, Dominique Moody, Julio Cesar Morales, Oscar Moya, Adrian Paci, Josue Pellot, Tony Perez, Dulce Pinzon, Salvador Pizarro, Alfred Quiroz, Fanny Rabel, Favianna Rodriguez, Roberto Rosique, Marianne Sadowski, Hector Silva, Khoua Thao, Consuelo J. Underwood, Vincent Valdez, Carmilla Valdivia, Kathy Vargas, Mario Ybarra Jr.
National Museum of Mexican Art
Main Gallery, Rubin & Paula Torres Gallery and Kraft Gallery