Victor Cobo

November 1, 2007 - December 2, 2007

image © Victor Cobo

image © Victor Cobo

image © Victor Cobo

image © Victor Cobo

image © Victor Cobo

image © Victor Cobo

image © Victor Cobo

image © Victor Cobo

image © Victor Cobo

image © Victor Cobo

image © Victor Cobo

image © Victor Cobo

image © Victor Cobo

image © Victor Cobo

image © Victor Cobo

image © Victor Cobo

image © Victor Cobo

image © Victor Cobo

Victor Cobo

American Dreams by Victor Cobo is a complex, anthropological tour through the landscape of the indigenous Central American – in memory, spirituality, longing and isolation. The small-scale giclée prints created especially for this exhibition illustrate one of the more invisible chapters in America’s recent history book – the joys and sorrows in the daily lives of migrants as they struggle for survival. Cobo hopes that this exhibition will connect politicians and the public at large with the fundamental humanity shared between then and the immigrants whose lives have become such political playthings.