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15 LAWRENCE HALL DRIVE SUITE 2 WILLIAMSTOWN MASSACHUSETTS 01267-2566 telephone (413) 597-2429 facsimile (413) 597-5000 web WCMA.WILLIAMS.EDU
 

Summary: 15 LAWRENCE HALL DRIVE SUITE 2 WILLIAMSTOWN MASSACHUSETTS 01267-2566
telephone (413) 597-2429 facsimile (413) 597-5000 web WCMA.WILLIAMS.EDU
P R E S S R E L E A S E
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 17, 2011
Teddy Sandoval Artwork on Display in Honor of World
Aids Day at The Williams College Museum of Art
December 1, 2011--January 2, 2012
Photo available upon request.
Press Contact: Kim Hugo, Public Relations Coordinator;
(413) 597-3352; kim.m.hugo@williams.edu
Williamstown, Mass. Each year, Williams College acknowledges Day With(out)
Art/World AIDS Day on December 1. It is an occasion to mourn and remember the
innumerable artists who were lost to the disease before they could leave their mark on the
world. This year the Williams College Museum of Art (WCMA) will highlight the recent
acquisition of the serigraph print--Angel Baby, 1995 by Teddy Sandoval.
As one of the many Latino artists living with AIDS during a time of great loss, Teddy
Sandoval depicts himself here as a tattooed winged boxer in a scene that combines popular
imagery with religious iconography. Sandoval said of this work, "My print Angel Baby is
about the concerns I have regarding the state of well being. There is plenty to pull from;
violence, AIDS, war, and discrimination of all kinds. We as individuals must begin to

  

Source: Aalberts, Daniel P. - Department of Physics, Williams College

 

Collections: Physics