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Love is for everyone, 1992, detail 1 of 1

By Mary-Linn Hughes, Robin J. Dunitz and Karen Akamine

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Detail 1 of 1 of Love is for everyone, 1992, 5149 West Jefferson Boulevard, exterior. Showing an African-American woman holding a child. The diversity of people infected with the AIDS virus is depicted through five silhouetted figures, plus an African American mother holding her young child, and a black and Latino man embracing. In acrylic, 50' x 12' designed by Mary-Linn Hughes and Reginald Larue Zachary; figure painting by Tammy Moritz with assistance from Karen Akmine, Amoke, Ramona Bell, Bob Deden, Sybil Grinnel, Mary Lou Hughes, Cindi Madere, Barbara Margolies, Sherri Morris, Christine Wada, Ronnie Welch and the Bumpers family. Sponsored by Social and Public Art Resource Center -- Dunitz, Street gallery, rev. 2nd ed., p. 218, #47

Topics: Street art; Mural painting and decoration
Publisher: University of Southern California. Libraries
Year: 1992
OAI identifier: oai:digitallibrary.usc.edu:p15799coll15/809
Provided by: USC Digital Library
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