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Mexican Woman of San Francisco.

Alejandra Regalado.

Galeria de la Raza on Bryant @ 24th St in San Francisco, CA

Object remembrances of the life left behind in Mexico.

See other art boards that were perviously at this location.

http://www.streetartsf.com/tag/galeria-de-la-raza/

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Women Are Not Seeking Your Validation, wheat paste installation, 2015
by Tatyana Fazlalizadeh
Papillion Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

I installed this piece in LA a couple of weeks ago. It will be up through the summer. Today I talked with the gallery owner about the reactions the piece as has been causing in the community and… a lot of men are not happy. 
Of course. 

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Swoon’s “The Road By Walking.”

Opening on Thursday, May 14th, 2015 at 287 Gallery in New York City is artist Swoon’sThe Road By Walking,” a gallery show of Swoon’s prints, drawings and scale models based on her community projects in Haiti, New Orleans and Braddock, Pennsylvania.  “The Road By Walking” traces the evolution of these projects, and features never-before shown architectural models and Swoon’s intimate figure-studies and larger-than-life portrait prints.

All proceeds go to The Heliotrope Foundation, a new non-profit organization founded by Swoon.  The show is only open for 2 days, so absolutely stop by if you’re in New York.

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Matt Siren, famous for his signature Skull wheat pastes and fire extinguisher tags, which sprawl across block long walls, collaborated with Now Youre Cool to make this tshirt. Matt Sirens work can be found all over New York and cities around the world.

Get the limited edition tshirt, crewneck sweatshirt or hoodie only at http://www.nowyourecool.com/