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Re-Imagining America : Mario Gonzalez Jr. mural in progress
Photograph of mural by Mario Gonzalez Jr. (a Chicago Graffiti artist also known as "Zore") in progress. Painted as part of "Re-Imaging America," an event at Randolph Street Gallery from September 11-October 10, 1992. Photograph of completed painting found in Event calendar -- March/April 1993. "...RSG presents 'Re-Imagining America,' a four week, multi-faceted project on democracy and the electoral process. Gallery visitors are encouraged to participate in the open-ended programing, which will address issues of representation, choice, and empowerment." --[Source: Event calendar -- September/October 1992; Contact sheet : Mario Gonzalez Jr. Mural]
September 11-October 10, 1992
Re-Imagining America, September 11-October 10, 1992
B&w photograph, 12.5x17.5 cm.
Box 3, found in folder with RA: "State Board of Elections." 2 copies
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The original object was scanned as a TIFF file on an Epson Perfection V750 Pro flatbed scanner at approximately 4000 pixels on the long dimension.