The Mexican Revolution 1910 and the War of 2006

Grand Opening Exhibit & Reception:
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Ceremony & Reception: 5:30 p.m. Program: 6-7:30 p.m.
Location: CSUSB Pfau Library PL-4005 (4th Floor)

R.S.V.P. required for reception to Iwona Contreras at icontrer@csusb.edu

On Display: November 20-27, 2012, Pfau Library 1st floor & 4th floor

Lecture: Tuesday, November 27, 2012, Noon-1 p.m.
Presenter: Carlos Vigueras
Location: CSUSB PFau Library PL-4005 (4th Floor)

Complimentary parking available; see kiosk.

Co-founder of the Casasola Museum/Museo Casasola, historian for more than 25 years, a serious writer, photojournalist, and documentary film-maker, Carlos Vigueras began documenting the U.S.-México relationship, taking “DNA” and “fingerprint” samples of the U.S.-México border’s history in order to explain the asymmetries between the two countries, whose mutual border is more than 2,000 miles, the largest shared border in the world.

With an extensive background in the visual arts, Vigueras brings a personal vision of the iconographic history of his work that encompasses the historical investigation of the border and its multiple interpretations of reality.

SCHOOL TOURS! To set up a tour in advance, please contact Iwona Contreras at icontrer@csusb.edu or call (909) 537-5102.

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