Las manos del inmigrante

Las Manos del Immigrante


Las Manos del Inmigrante – The Immigrant’s Hands

Oliverio Balcells 2008, 28″ x 40″, Mixed Media

If you want to know who we are, these are the hands who built your house, your office, your studio, your apartment, your penthouse, your park, your street, your school, your stadium, your store, your furniture, your trophies, and the list goes on… that’s who we are.

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Product Description

Who We Are – Collection

The main reason I made this collection was for the North American society to recognize the importance of immigrants in this country.
It was also so that employers would be conscious of and stand up for their tireless assistents who have risked so much to be here.

I also dedicate these works to my fellow immigrants that are scattered throughout this country and the world, so that they lift up their face and with responsibility confront the reality that today we are living.

These works initiate a new cultural movement; calling for all the immigrant artists in this country to unite forces and to represent through our art, our major accomplishments, our millenium inheritance, our values, our knowledge, our spirit…