exhibit will offer original and limited edition works
of art by Mark Vallen, Robbie Conal, Gregg Stone, Gilbert
"Magu" Lujan, Poli Marichal, Margaret Garcia, Francisco
Letelier, Patrick Merrill, Fei Lu,
Hanaa Al-Wardi, Zandra van Batenburg, Peter Carrillo,
Carlos Callejo, Thomas E. Ellis, Carlos Flores, Sergio
Hernandez, Cyndi Kahn, Deborah Krall, Juliana Martinez,
Manuel Martinez, Louie Metz, Laura Molina, Andres Montoya,
Roberto Munguia, Cindy Nine, Robert Nuengaye, Ramon Ramirez,
Wm. Neil Roberts, Keri Rosebraugh, Hector Silva, Charles
Thompson, Janice Tieken, Van Arno, Amanda Unzueta, and
RECEPTION & OPENING PARTY
Saturday, February 25th, from 6 to 9 pm.
WAR THIRD ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL EVENTS
18th will mark the Third Anniversary of the U.S. invasion
of Iraq. During the exhibit, Carlotta's Passion will sponsor
numerous events related to the war's anniversary and to
human rights and social justice. Read more about these
March 10th, 8:00 pm.
Marcielle Brandler Reads Her Social Justice-Related Poetry.
Saturday, March 11, 8:00 pm.
Nightwing performance art tackles the US-supported
military in Colombia.
Friday, March 17th, 8:00 pm.
Maria Armoudian & Dennis Davis Performance
Saturday, March 18th, 8:00
Francisco Letelier Performs.
"On October 19th, 2001, former Halliburton CEO and
now current sitting Vice President, Dick Cheney, christened
a new term. Describing the curtailment of civil rights
taken for granted by American citizens as the "new
normalcy," Mr. Cheney was notifying Americans that
constant surveillance, arrest without charge, secret trials
and military tribunals, were the order of the day. Moreover,
according to Cheney, "Many of the steps we have now
been forced to take will become permanent in American
life." By naming this exhibition The New Normalcy,
Carlotta's Passion Fine Art and the artists in the exhibit
remind Mr. Cheney and other members of the Bush administration
that the only things permanent in American life are our
cherished freedoms and constitutional rights as United
States citizens - that and our promise of liberty and
justice for all."
Passion Fine Art is located at 2012 Colorado Blvd., Los
Angeles, California (Eagle Rock,) 90041. Contact gallery
director, Robert Squires, at: 323-259-1563. For more information,
including previews of the art, a full schedule of exhibit
related events, and directions to the gallery, visit: