Oct
1
to Oct 22

El Trabajo No Es Un Crimen / Work Is Not A Crime

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Join us for the opening artist reception El Trabajo no es un Crimen (Work is not a Crime)! 

A homage to street vendors. Our goal is to highlight and educate the general public and art patrons about current laws, the legalization, and also the discrimination of street vendors. 

Artists are visual historians documenting the past and the present. Our narrative will be told by us the artists, the organizers, the educators, and civil society. This exhibit is our narrative, our story, your story, come and experience the power of the visual imagery. This momentous exhibition includes over twenty artists, who through their artworks, will ignite imaginations, evoke emotions, and capture universal cultural truths and aspirations.

El Trabajo no es un Crimen (Work is not a Crime), October 1st through October 22nd, 2017
An exhibition honoring Street Vendors
Curated by Isabel Rojas-Williams & Lilia Ramirez (Liliflor) 
Tonalli Studio, 4539 E. Cesar Chavez Ave, Los Angeles 90022
Opening Reception Sunday October 1st, 2017 (3-7pm)
Closing, Sunday October 22nd, 2017

Featured artists: Lalo Alcaraz, Sandra Cornejo, Pablo Cristi, Fabian Debora, Ofelia Esparza, Maybeth Fama, Francisco Letelier, Oscar Magallanes, Man One, Eriberto Oriol, Antonio Pelayo, Isaac Pelayo, Wenceslao Quiroz, Lilflor Ramirez, Oscar Ramirez, Sonia Romero, Hector Silva, Mario Trillo, and Vyal.

Music, Film, 3d Art plus Special Guests (opening reception)

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Oct
6
to Oct 7

Against The Wall, works by Pedrio Rios Martinez

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TONALLI STUDIO is excited to host AGAINST THE WALL by Pedro Rios Martinez. A local artist out of East L.A.'s renown Self Help Graphics. He got his start as an artist at the University of Texas at El Paso shortly after returning home form his Viet Nam service. 

AGAINST THE WALL is a dialogue about the immigrant experience through the eyes of the abstract artist. Martinez reflects the struggles, emotions and vision of the immigrants journey through color and movement. 

Join us for the openning receptions this Sunday, August 13, 2017 from 4 to 7 pm

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