Women Street Artists of Latin America

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Pub Date: 11/17/2015

Pages: 192

Trim: 8 x 8

Publisher: Manic D Press, Inc.

Imprint: Manic D Press, Inc.

ISBN 13: 9781933149912

ISBN 10: 1933149914

Price: $24.99 / $32.99 CAN

Category: ART / Graffiti & Street Art

Women Street Artists of Latin America

By Rachel Cassandra, Lauren Gucik

Price: $24.99

Format:

Paperback

About the Book

In this groundbreaking, in-depth look at a rarely explored perspective of street art, more than twenty female artists from seven nations in Latin America discuss themes of social justice, artist process, community, visibility, feminism, and more. A bilingual edition packed with full-color photographs and interviews, this revealing exploration of contemporary street art includes work from Colombia, Peru, Panama, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Guatemala, and Mexico. Viva!

Rachel Cassandra is a designer and writer. Originally from Princeton, New Jersey, she received a BA from Wesleyan University. Her artwork has appeared in 7x7, and her writing has appeared in the Doxa, Night Train, Fusion, and Adbusters. She lives in San Francisco.

Lauren Gucik is an artist and activist. Originally from Hudson, Ohio, she graduated from Indiana University. Gucik has worked with the SF Mime Troupe, Brava Theatre, and Precita Eyes Mural Project. She is currently a community advisor at KQED and working with a food justice nonprofit in San Francisco.

About the Book

Feminism? Street art? Social change? Hot topics sizzle in this bilingual full-color edition highlighting female artists from Latin American countries.

Author

Rachel Cassandra: Rachel Cassandra is a designer and writer. Originally from Princeton, NJ, she received a B.A. from Wesleyan University. Her artwork has appeared in 7x7, and her writing has appeared in The Doxa, Night Train, Fusion, and Adbusters. She lives in San Francisco.

Lauren Gucik: Lauren Gucik is an artist and activist. Originally from Hudson, OH, she graduated from Indiana University. Gucik has worked with the SF Mime Troupe, Brava Theatre, and Precita Eyes Mural Project. She is currently a Community Advisor at KQED and working with a food-justice nonprofit in San Francisco.