Rarely or Never-seen Photography from the Joe Schwartz Estate on view now through Feb. 26
January 12 - February 26
The San Luis Obispo Museum of Art will present, “Latino Diaspora,” an exhibition of rarely or never-seen photography from the Joe Schwartz Estate on view now through Feb. 26. The SLOMA exhibition highlights photographs taken in Los Angeles housing projects and in Mexico during the 1950s. An artist, activist, and humanitarian, Schwartz was born and raised in Brooklyn, N.Y. and lived in Atascadero from 1985 until his death in 2014. He was a combat photographer in the Marines during WWII and a member of the legendary Photo League. His work portrays the lives of ordinary Americans in the urban environment. SLOMA is at 1010 Broad St., on the west end of Mission Plaza. Free admission, donations are appreciated. For more information, see: SLOMA.org.