Con Safo

the Chicano art group and the politics of South Texas
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UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Press , Los Angeles
Con Safo (Group) -- History, Mexican American artists -- Texas, South, Art and society -- Texas, South -- History -- 20th ce
StatementRuben Cordova.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsN6512.5.C63 C67 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22843309M
ISBN 139780895511218
LC Control Number2008054099
OCLC/WorldCa289070784

Ruben C. Cordova traces the history of Con Safo, one of the earliest and most significant of the Chicano art groups, fromwhen it formed as El Grupo, to the mids, when Con Safo gradually disbanded. Founded by Felipe Reyes, the original group was made up of six San Antonio artists.

The fluxuating membership over the decade of the group's existence included Mel Ca/5(1). Con Safo: The Chicano Art Group and the Politics of South Texas is an important resource for anyone interested in Chicano art and Chicano history.

The book concludes with reproductions of original documents related to the group, including Casas’s “Brown Paper Report."Brand: UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Press. Ruben C. Cordova traces the history of Con Safo, one of the earliest and most significant of the Chicano art groups, fromwhen it formed as El Grupo, t.

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This book tells the story of a groundbreaking event in Chicano history. Here, for the first time, is the complete story of East Los Angeles' "Con Safos: Reflections of Life in the Barrio," the first indepentent Chicano literary magazine.

Closely connected to the ideology of Chicano movement, Con Safo was at the forefront of efforts to define a Chicano art at a time when Chicano culture was largely invisible. Cordova traces the history of this influential group of Chicano artists. Con Safo book Con Safo: The Chicano Art Group and the Politics of South Texas is an important resource for anyone interested in Chicano art and Chicano history.

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Con Safo artists bring El Movimiento to canvas By Scott Andrews PUBLISHED: SEPTEM You may have seen this emblem marked in the corner of a mural or on street art: C/S. It stands for “con safo,” Con Safo book understood as “with respect.” But it also implies that should you mess with the art, you may find yourself subjected to an.

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Con Safos is a chicano term that literally means "with respect" and in some translations is meant to deliver the message that any insult sent towards it slips off. not for saleFurther ReadingAndrade, Sally J. “Painting a Different Picture.” Washington Post, December17,witz, Jo-Anne.

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The book concludes with reproductions of original documents related to the group, including Casas's "Brown Paper Report.". In the latest issue of Con Safos, there is a story by Carrasco, 39, who has a degree in Spanish literature from Stanford University and is the magazine’s editor. : con safos - International Shipping Eligible.

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The book concludes with reproductions of original documents related to the group, including Casas's "Brown Paper. At the time, Treviño was invited to join the Con Safos group of Chicano artists by Mel Casas, who taught painting at San Antonio College.

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With artworks by Steve Soto, Chuey Quintanar, Carlo Torres.Con Safo is a Pachuco slang expression whose most common meanings are: "the same to you," "don't mess with this," and "forbidden to touch." In its abbreviated form, C/S, it is used to protect murals from defacement.

The art group adopted the name "Con Safo" on Decemat which time Casas presented his "Brown Paper Report," which. The grassroots community activism that Con Safos members generated within the San Antonio arts community contributed to the founding of one the .