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L.A. from Every Angle
Posted April 01, 2010 to photo album "L.A. from Every Angle"
As Noah Baumbach’s Greenberg shows, there are many different L.A.s inside the city limits. Joel Bleifuss takes us on the tour of how artists imagine Los Angeles.
Slide 7: L.A. against the Communist Muralists
The central figure in the mural La. América Tropical, a native American being “crucified” by imperial powers represented by the U.S. eagle. The mural, which didn’t sit too well with Los Angeles elite, was painted over soon after it was created in 1932, and Sequeriros was deported from the United States.