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Faces Change | Immigrant Prejudice Remains - Public Art Exhibition in NYC
griselda san martin
May 25, 2021

New York University Kimmel Windows Gallery presents Faces Change | Immigrant Prejudice Remains from May 26 to September 1, 2021, on the corner of LaGuardia Place and West 3rd Street, visible 24/7. 

This contemporary photography exhibition features six artists who have each documented the dangerous and liminal experience of crossing the Mexican-American border. By contrasting the works of three artists working today with three artists from previous generations, this exhibition sheds a light on the ongoing xenophobia and discrimination that Asian, Brown, Black, and Indigenous folx have been facing in the United States for generations.

Artists featured: Guillermo Arias, Veronica Gabriela Cárdenas, Griselda San Martin, Dorothea Lange, Ken Light and Alex Webb. 

NYU Kimmel Windows Gallery Presents Faces Change | Immigrant Prejudice Remains, May 26 - Sep 1
Faces Change | Immigrant Prejudice Remains explores the future of immigration policy and U.S. race relations in the context of Latin American migration

Griselda San Martin

Griselda San Martin is a documentary photographer and visual journalist based in New York City, Tijuana, and Barcelona.
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