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Mario Ybarra, Jr. on Edward Kienholz

Mario Ybarra, Jr. on Edward Kienholz
Mario Ybarra, Jr. is an artist, educator, and activist deeply involved in the Mexican-American community and street culture of greater Los Angeles. Mario Ybarra, Jr. speaks on three sculptures by Edward Kienholz that push the limits of what materiality could be: “A Lady Named Zoa,” 1960, “The Illegal Operation,” 1962, and “History as a Planter, 1961.
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