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Walker's Point Center for the Arts

Feb. 1, 2012
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Feb. 3-March 10
Sobreviviendo: Manéjese Con Cuidado (Surviving: Handle With Care)

839 S. Fifth St.

Juan Alcázar created a portfolio of 28 prints of Oaxaca, paying special attention to the endangered animals of that Mexican state. Economic conditions and tourism are exploiting the area, which has a large reptile population. Alcázar, a native of Oaxaca, is known for his use of female beauty and animals in his prints and paintings. He is also keen on using the mythical, unusual and indigenous for inspiration.

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