Contains original photographs and posters created by Sacramento-based photographer Francisco J. Dominguez. Includes 35 unframed
black-and-white photographs, 1 framed black-and-white photograph, and 13 unframed color posters featuring Dominguez's photography.
Dominguez's work alludes to the cultural environment of Chicano history and culture, anti-war movements, indigenous and immigrant
rights, and social justice.
Francisco J. Dominguez is a Sacramento-based photographer, artist, and art educator. His photographs and portraits allude
to the cultural environment of Chicano history and culture, anti-war movements, indigenous and immigrant rights, and social
justice. Dominguez's work has brought attention to the injustices on the Mexico/US border and the struggles of immigrating
or displaced people. Dominguez works primarily with infrared-sensitive film and black-and-white photography. He also creates
original posters by incorporating his photographs with other design elements and text. Dominguez has participated in many
exhibitions in the Sacramento area and California.
7 Linear Feet
(2 oversized boxes, 2 flat file folders)
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