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Una Madre en busca de su hijo desaparecido en un régimen totalitario enfrenta el devenir de la pérdida a través de los tiempos; cuestionándolo todo. Los románticos libertadores terminan oprimiendo la eterna rebeldía. La madre vive hasta que muere el sol, y hay que quemar el cielo si es preciso, por vivir. Las revoluciones siempre serán cíclicas.

A Mother in search of her disappeared son in a totalitarian regime faces the evolution of the loss through the times; questioning everything. The liberating romantics end up oppressing eternal rebellion. The mother lives until the sun dies, and you have to burn the sky if necessary, to live. Revolutions will always be cyclical.

April 18 – May 12, 2019

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(Photos by Andrew Vasquez)

In 1968, a year of watershed moments in the United States: The assassinations of Dr. Martin Luther King and Bobby Kennedy, lunar space exploration and the Vietnam War, Connie, a single mother gets a job at Sears in Boyle Heights, an economic hub in Los Angeles where people of all cultures and nationalities shop and work. When Connie’s son gets drafted and is sent to Vietnam, her mother makes her pray to La Virgen de Guadalupe for his protection. As Connie tries to remember how to pray, La Virgen appears to her and their friendship grows as she navigates work, love, war and her new independence. Taken from the website. 

March 15 – April 14, 2019

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