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Laura Molina
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José Montoya
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Arnaldo Morales
Julio César Morales
Michele Muennig
Oscar Muñoz
  
  Participated in the Following Exhibitions Lagrimas y Sonrisas: The First (Re)Generation Exhibit <1995>
Viology: Violence of Culture & Cultures of Violence <2002>
Digital Mural Project: Julio C. Morales + YMP <2003>
SU ARTE HERE: Five Years of Galería’s Digital Mural Project <2005>
Trazos: Myth and Memory <2005>
Digital Mural Project: Julio Morales & William Scott <2006>
There's Gonna Be Sorrow <2007>
No Distance Is More Awesome <2007>
Current Exhibition: "Empujando Tinta" <2013>
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ARTIST INFORMATIONBIO  

Julio César Morales

A graduate from the San Francisco Art Institute, Julio C. Morales is an artist and educator who works both independently and collaboratively. His work has ranged from public art, photography, video installation and performance.

Born in Tijuana Mexico, Morales has been exploring issues of labor, memory, surveillance technologies and identity strategies. The artwork has been shown extensively in the Bay Area and Internationally. Morales has received awards from The Rockefeller Foundation, The Arts Council, The San Francisco Arts Commission’s Public Art Program, The Fleishhacker Foundation, The Ed Fund, New Langton Arts and The Creative Work Fund. A solo exhibition of his work was exhibited at the San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art (2004). His work was also featured at the Biennal of Graphic Arts in San Juan, Puerto Rico and in ARCO, Madrid. Morales lives in San Francisco.

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