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Between Words and Silence: The Work of Translation. Edition 7 Featuring El Nopal Press. The Prints and Drawings Council presents the seventh installment of L.
Print, a program that explores current trends in printmaking and print publishing in Los Angeles. For more than 25 years El Nopal has been distinguished for carrilllo commitment to artists who explore border issues and, in particular, the complex social, political, and cultural relationships between Mexico and the United States.
El dragón y el Unicornio: A Book Presentation by Alejandro Carrillo
Through the Lens of Nickolas Muray. April 29, – September 3, Collective photo exhibition that portraits the insights of Mexican, Mexican-american and Chicano bands in Los Angeles and Mexico. Marc h 19 – April 8, Fisher Museum of Art.
Art by Demian Flores and photograph series by Oscar Zagal. March 10 – May 10, David Bowie Among the Mexican Masters. Exhibition of Mexican photographer Fernando Aceves, as a tribute to the late icon of British rock in his aalejandro visit to Mexico City. This exhibition contains 21 prints inspired by seven great Mexican comedians: Cultural and Cinematographic Center Mexico.
The ultimate look behind the mask, this film documents the joyous spectacle of Lucha Libre, which has thrilled fans in Mexico for generations. The film gives the audience the ultimate access to these legendary masked wrestlers, in the ring and beyond the lights of the stadium.
The festival is designed for people to come and explore the diverse regional narratives of Mexican and Ibero-America cinema, and to help critically acclaimed films from these regions reach a wider audience. This exhibition showcases the Ibero-American films nominated for the Academy Awards.
California State University Northridge. Presentacion del libro de Alejandro Carrillo Castro. The audience will ep and enjoy the iconic songs and dances of the golden age of Mexico by one of its best composers and singers.
Grandeza Mexicana Folk Ballet Company presents: Mexico, Al Son de la Banda. These dances will be performed together with live traditional wind bands.
The show will be a transition of Mictlan, a unique view of the world of the dead through the lens of the Aztec traditions, to one of most famous legends of Mexico, La Llorona The Weeping Woman.
A fusion of Mexican traditional dance with forms of contemporary dance, Pacifico Dance Company will be accompanied by the Mariachi Los Toros. drafon
Alejandro Carrillo Castro (Author of El Dragon y El Unicornio)
Visual arts, cinema, music, literature, performing arts, are different cultural manifestations that can be admired all around the city of Los Angeles. Similarities and differences between Mexican and American culture highlight values of inclusion, diversity and opportunities for development expressed in many art forms.
The cultural legacy that will be created to transmit teachings to the next generations will be marked in this celebration.
Los Angeles, CA March 10 – May 10, Place: January 27 to July 15 Location: February 2 – March 1 Place: Film festivals and special screenings Did you know that the Mexican Consulate has a movie theater? Free movies every thursday The Study Hollywood Blvd.
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