Celebrate artist Fabian Debora’s depiction of El Pueblo de Los Angeles as we unveil the first in our 2017 “Through the Eyes of Artists” poster series.
His poster references the city’s rich history as it lives on in future generations. In the artist’s words, “This painting serves as an introduction to the importance of its history and as an invitation across generations to take pride in the vibrant heritage that has led us to this place today.”
You are invited to meet the artist and receive a free, signed copy of his poster on Saturday, Oct. 28, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the El Pueblo Historical Monument Biscailuz Gallery.
This event coincides with free admission to the Sacred Memories exhibition at the El Pueblo Historical Monument Biscailuz Gallery. Sacred Memories is sponsored by the El Pueblo Park Association and the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs.
The Biscailuz Gallery is located at 125 Paseo de la Plaza, Los Angeles, California 90012. Take the Metro Red, Purple, Gold, or Silver Line to Union Station and cross Alameda Street to El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument. Plan your best route using the Trip Planner. Type “El Pueblo de Los Angeles / Olvera Street” as your destination.
If you’re coming from DTLA, there’s a Metro Bike Share station at Union Station West near Alameda Street. Find more bike share stations at metro.net/bikeshare.
About Through the Eyes of Artists
In the tradition of celebrating transportation through colorful travel destination posters, Metro commissions a diverse range of Los Angeles artists to create original artworks for the Through the Eyes of Artists poster series. Established in 2003, the posters are displayed on board Metro trains and buses; El Pueblo de Los Angeles is 39th in the series. Other posters to be released this year include LA County Arboretum, Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook and South Coast Botanic Garden.
View the entire poster series by clicking here.
Click here for more information about Metro’s art program, including our popular docent-led art tours and cultural programming. You can also follow Metro Art on Facebook, Tumblr and Instagram.