Yasmin Hernandez Art
1965 (Malcolm X and Albizu Campos)
Archivos Subversivos series, 2008
Mixed media, collage, acrylic on Paper
27” x 32”
This work examines the intersections between Malcolm X and Pedro Albizu Campos and the struggle for African American and Puerto Rican liberation. They died exactly two months apart on February 21st and April 21st respectively in the year 1965. Painting from images of the body of Malcolm X and Albizu’s death mask, I juxtaposed these with a collage representing the lives and legacies of each. This work is from my series Archivos Subversivos.
Artist Info: Yasmin Hernandez is a Brooklyn-born and raised artist who rematriated to her ancestral homeland of Borikén in 2014, where she is still based. Her work explores liberation, light and love.
All images are original artwork by Yasmin Hernandez Art. Under no circumstances should any of the images, in whole or in part, be printed, copied or reproduced without direct permission from the artist. Thank you.