Iris Morales Giclée Print
Curator Note: In the midst of the African American liberation struggle, protests to end the Vietnam War and the women's movement for equality, Puerto Rican, and Latino communities fought for economic, racial and social justice. From Chicago streets to the barrios of New York City and other urban centers, the Young Lords emerged to demand decent living conditions and raised a militant voice for the empowerment of Puerto Ricans and other Latino/as in the United States and for the independence of Puerto Rico. -Iris Morales
Gallery quality Giclée print
•Natural white, matte, ultra smooth background
•100% cotton, acid and lignin-free archival paper
•Epson K3 archival inks for high-quality print
•Custom trimmed with 1” border for framing
•Bright white, fine poly-cotton blend matte canvas
•Printed with the latest generation, long lasting Epson archival inks
•Hand-stretched wrap over 1½” deep wood stretcher bars
"Iris" is an acrylic painting done on canvas. Painted in Bronx, NY for KIMI KAA creative concept "Women of the Young Lords Party" and was painted in 2016.
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