Uri-Eichen Gallery 

Joe Hill 100 years part 4: Paintings from James Wechsler and cartoons and paintings from Jorge Franklin Cardenas

CHICAGO IL - On Friday, April 10, from 6:00 - 10:00 pm, Uri-Eichen Gallery, 2101 South Halsted, features the work of two artists working on themes of social justice. 

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James Wechsler’s Freedom of Information series of modern paintings on historical FBI repression of Americans on the left and Jorge Franklin Cardenas’ comics, paintings and writing about worker rights and his imprisonment for “making fun of Francisco Franco” after the Republican loss of the Spanish Civil War. Much of the original Franklin Cardenas work hanging in the gallery has never been shown before. 

At 7:00 pm, Uri-Eichen’s lively panel discussion series continues with, Using Satire and Parody in Politcal Expression featuring Rick Perlstein, Gary Huck, and Jerry Boyle. The discussion will be moderated by Paul Durica.

For more information follow the Uri-Eichen Gallery web page at www.uri-eichen.com

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