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CCCM Mexican Center for Culture and Cinematic Arts
2401 West 6th Street
Los Angeles, CA  90057
There has been theater, music and food in this month's Brazil-Mexico cultural exchange program, and this week, there will be art. "Carne Assada: Volume II" is the follow-up to what has been a fresh new collaboration between Mexican-American artist Francisco Palomares, already based in L.A., and Brazilian artist Yomar Augusto, who recently relocated to Southern California via New York. In Palomares' culturally steeped stories and symbols and in Augusto's expressive abstract works, we find diverse styles and techniques, whose juxtaposition is itself an experiment in fusion — not unlike the multifaceted and intercontinental experience of Latino culture. The Mexican Center for Culture and Cinematic Arts hosts the ongoing programs.


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