The files represent Ms. Dunitz' personal collection of materials collected over the years of her involvement in documenting and preserving Los Angeles murals. They are available for consultation in the Helen Topping Architecture and Fine Arts Library, University of Southern California. For an appointment, contact the Library at (213) 740-1956. The images are accessible for fair use. However, muralists retain all rights to their work, and Robin Dunitz retains copyright for the images. Any requests for permission to reproduce the images must be directed to: Robin Dunitz, 503-764-9897, firstname.lastname@example.org USC Helen Topping Architecture and Fine Arts Library Watt Hall 4d, USC, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0294 email@example.com
Tome conciencia (Drink awareness), Boyle Heights, 1987. One Stop Immigration and Educational Center (formerly Julian Furniture), 3600 Whittier Boulevard (mural on Esperanza), [Boyle Heights]. A highly graphic montage in solidarity with workers, especially the undocumented. Images of Superman (Truth, Justice, and the American Way) recur, but he doesn't seem to be a match for the determination and militancy of farmworkers, illegal immigrants, and others who are struggling for a broader application of American justice. The title (upper left corner) is written in the same style as a Coca Cola advertisement. Paint on brick, by Taller de Grafica Monumental, Xochimilco, Mexico, D.F. (Norma Urenda, Isela Guerrero, Eduardo Juarez, Mauricio Gomez, Esther Cimet). -- Dunitz, Street gallery, p. 319, #76.
1 slide : col. 2 x 2 in. color slides slides (photographs)