Located at LA Plaza’s Historic Paseo Walkway, “Transportapueblos: Los Resilientes” is a public art sculpture In recognition of the many difficulties faced by people who journey from their homes hoping to find a better life in the United States. It was created by Mexican artist Alfredo “LIBRE” Gutierrez.
A partnership project of the Museum of Social Justice and NOW Art LA.
View a interview with artist Alfredo “LIBRE” Gutierrez on YouTube.
View the Plática, which took place at LA Plaza on February 25, 2019, with LIBRE and others here:
Plática: The Making of Transportapueblos: Companion of the Immigrants. With Panelists: artist LIBRE; Carmen Zella, principal, Now Art; Rachel Odio, Staff Attorney, Immigrants' Rights Project of Public Counsel; and Rev. Toña Rios, Pastor of Baldwin Park United Methodist Church. Moderated by Jennifer Gutierrez, executive director, Museum of Social Justice.
Posted by LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes on Tuesday, February 25, 2020