Héctor Silva prints, 1997-2012
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- 25 prints in 5 map folders
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- Silva, Héctor.
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- Purchased, 2009 and 2012. Accessions 2009-213, 2012-140, and 2012-157.
- Héctor Silva is a self-taught Los Angeles based artist whose drawings and prints depict gay Latinos. Born in Ocotlan, Jalisco, in Mexico, he moved to the United States at the age of 17. He began drawing in his late 20s. Living in Los Angeles with its rich Chicano culture, Hector draws from both his gay identity and the Latino tradition. Often in his art he juxtaposes homoeroticism with religious iconography.
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