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Antonio Serna: Moving Forward Together

"Moving Forward Together" is the latest solo exhibition by visual researcher and 2023 individual artists' grantee Antonio Serna. Serna's work delves into the collaborative mediascape of indigenous rights activist groups during the 1970s, exploring connections between artists, anthropologists, writers, and journalists across the Americas and Europe. This exhibition features new photographs from his ongoing series "Our Oppressions are Connected." Alongside items from the Documents of Resistance Archive, Serna's archive project highlights the creativity of people of color in countering discrimination in the US. This official 2024 DreamWeek event opens on January 5 and remains on view through February 17, 2024.

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