For her performance Las llaves de la cuidad (The Keys to the City), 2011, Mexican artist Teresa Margolles invites key maker Antonio Hernández Camacho from Ciudad Juárez to display his trade and share his experiences running a small business in a town riddled with violence. Camacho’s struggles provide insight into the social and economic conditions of life on the US-Mexico border.
This piece is courtesy of the artist and LABOR Gallery, Mexico City, and was created for "Disponible: A Kind of Mexican Show," then on view next door at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts. Visit smfa.edu/exhibitions for more information.
This event took place September 17-18, 2011 during the Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art Open House. See the full schedule of events.
A Special Thanks to Adriana Sevila
Photo by Bob Raymond
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Druker Family Pavilion, Community Room 159
- Admission Free - No Cost for Admission
- Event Type
- Special Event