Film Screening and Director's Talk
Co-sponsored by the Center for Latin American Studies at UC Berkeley and The Mexican Museum.
Directed by Raymond Telles and Yvan Iturriaga
Free and open to the public
University of California, Berkeley
Center for Latin American Studies
Room 105, Boalt Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720
“A Photographer’s Journey,” tells the story of Pedro E. Guerrero, a Mexican American raised in segregated Mesa, Arizona, who goes on to a remarkable international career. With his outsider’s eye he made iconic portraits of three of the most important artists of the 20th century: Frank Lloyd Wright, Alexander Calder, and Louise Nevelson, as well as important images of modernist architecture. 60 minutes.
The documentary will be followed by a conversation with filmmaker Raymond Telles.
Raymond Telles is a producer, director, and adjunct professor of Ethnic Studies at UC Berkeley.