Political art has a long history within Latino artistic movements in the U.S. dating as far back to the 1960s and the early Chicano movement in the United States. Early Chicano Art collectives like Los Angeles-based collective ASCO challenged the dominate institutional narrative of the time through alternative artistic practices (interventions, street performance, graffiti). Rebel Resistance: We Interrupt this Message looks at the role of the artist as activist/disruptor through the lens of Latino popular culture (hip-hop, punk, Latino youth culture).
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