Tony Labat: Love Me Two Times

Exhibition runs Jan. 30-April 21 and April 30-May 28

This event last occurred May 28, 2016

"Love Me Two Times" presents two recent projects by Bay Area-based, Cuban-born artist Tony Labat exploring issues of labor, migration, and displacement. The first, premiered at the Havana Biennial in 2012, is a participatory installation based around a hand-made billiards table in the shape of the island of Cuba. The second installation features six months of video surveillance footage of day laborers taken out the window of the artist’s studio.

Sponsored by Macayo’s Mexican Kitchen and the ASU Art Museum Creative Impact Board.
This exhibition is supported by the Helme Prinzen Endowment. 
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