Estrada Courts: We Are Not a Minority
This tribute to Latin American revolutionary Che Guevara was painted in 1978 by artists from the Chicano Park struggle in San Diego. It was restored in 1995 by the Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles. The original artists were Mario Torero, Rocky, El Lion, and Zade. The restoration artists were Mario Torero and Carmen Kalo, assisted by Ernesto de la Loza.
- Creation Date
- 1978; 1979 (photograph); 1995 (restoration)
In memoriam to the Guevrillero Heroico, el Doctor Che. Dia del Rebelde International XI aniversario Oct. 8th 1978
Boyle Heights (Los Angeles, California)
East Los Angeles (California)
Estrada Courts (housing complex)
- Physical Description
acrylic paint on stucco; 32 x 24 feet
Estrada Courts is a low-income housing project in the Boyle Heights area of Los Angeles, California and is well known for its murals, which reflect the Chicano barrio culture and traditions of the area.
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