A Vibrant Fusion of Art and Life: When Printmaking Revisits the Murals of the Mission Lands

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Ozlem Ayse Ozgur

Ozlem Ayse Ozgur

Location: San Francisco Art Institute, Diego Rivera Gallery, 800 Chestnut Ave, San Francisco

Curator: Noemi Szyller
Artists: Irene Carvajal, Ann-Marie Cunningham, Monika Lukowska, Golbanou Modhaddas, Amanda Shields, Nicholas Robins, Daniel Gonzalez Zarzuela, Trever Reyes, Dianna Settles, Anastasia Fagan, Ozlem Ayse Ozgur

“The whole Mission neighborhood is a massive public artwork, both sacred and profane, brimming with graff and goddesses.” – Carlos Santana

The Mission District has historically been, and continues to be, a center for street art. Within this neighborhood, there is one of the largest concentrations in the world of public painting that embodies activism, culture, passion, and desire for social change. This exhibition records and captures this essence of San Francisco and its vibrant works. The prints created for this project investigate the narratives, colors, expression, and inspirations deeply rooted in the history of the Mission District’s art and the walls of a community.

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