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  Participated in the Following Exhibitions Border Realities <1985>
Borderwatch: Five Years Later <1990>
A Defiant Legacy: 1970-1995 <1995>
Beyond Boundaries: Recent Work by Enrique Chagoya <1996>
Open Studio: Little Brown Bodies <1999>
The Brown Sheep Project <2000>
Amigo Racism: Mickey Mouse Meets the Taco Bell Chihuahua <2000>
Paradigms Lost <2004>
WEEDE PEEPO: Icons, Portraits y Gente <2005>
What's Not To Love? <2005>
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Guillermo Gómez-Peña

Performance artist/writer Guillermo Gómez-Peña lives in San Francisco where he is Artistic Director of La Pocha Nostra. Born in 1955 and raised in Mexico City, he came to the US in 1978. His pioneering work in performance, video, radio, installation, poetry, journalism, and cultural theory, explores cross-cultural issues, immigration, the politics of language, “extreme culture” and new technologies. A MacArthur fellow and American Book Award recipient, he is a regular contributor to National Public Radio, a writer for newspapers and magazines in the U.S. and Mexico, and a contributing editor to The Drama Review (NYU-MIT).