A multimedia presentation by Gregorio Luke
A fascinating journey through the life and times of Erenesto CHE Guevara; from his early tavels through Latin America, his participation in the Cuban revolution and Africa's liberation movement to his trasgic death in the jungles of Bolivia.
The presentation will include hundreds of photographs and rare film clips in which you will see CHE GUEVARA .
Gregorio Luke is an expert in Latin American art and culture. He was formerly the Director of Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach and Cultural Attaché of Mexico in Los Angeles. He has organized exhibits on various artists including Diego Rivera, Raul Anguiano, and Victor Hugo Zayas. Gregorio Luke has hosted many lectures on artists such as Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. Nationally and internationally recognized, Mr. Luke has lectured in Mexico, Europe, Australia and the U.S, including at The Library of Congress, the Smithsonian Institute, and the National Museum for Women in the Arts.
This event is part of the Latin American Institute's Program on Argentina
Cost: Free and Open to the Public
Parking Available for $8.00 in Structure 5
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