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Jorge Negrete ¡Mexicano Lindo y Querido!

Sunday, November 25, 2012 to Saturday, December 8, 2012
1:00PM to 6:00PM

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On Saturday, November 24th at 7PM, the photographic exhibit "¡Mexicano Lindo y Querido! The life and work of Mexican film icon Jorge Negrete (1911-1953)", will open with a reception at the Mexican Cultural Institute, where it will be open to the public until Saturday, December 8th.

This photographic exhibit commemorates the close of Negrete's birth-centennial celebration by presenting a range of images that showcase the actor's iconic work in Mexican cinema, his lead in establishing Mexico's Actors Guild Association, on to the last glimpses of Negrete alive upon his arrival at Los Angeles Airport before his unexpected death on the eve of his debut at The Million Dollar Theater.

¡Mexicano Lindo y Querido! is curated and produced by the Cervantes Center of Arts and Letters and presented in collaboration with The Mexican Cultural Institute of Los Angeles.

The Mexican Cultural Institute gallery is located in Olvera Street's Biscailuz building. http://mexicanculturalinstitute-la.org

Exhibit open Thursdays - Sundays, 1 pm to 6 pm.

$5 parking spaces are lot located at: N Hill St & Ord St., Los Angeles, CA 90012.

For more information about Jorge Negrete:

Los Angeles Remembers Jorge Negrete

Fiesta (1941), directed by LeRoy Prinz

Dos Tipos de Cuidado (1953), directed by Ismael Rodriguez

"El Peñon de las Animas" (1942), directed by Miguel Zacarias

Sponsored by: Cervantes Center of Arts & Letters and Mexican Cultural Institute, Los Angeles.
Category Art reception
When Sunday, November 25, 2012
   to Saturday, December 8, 2012
1:00PM to 6:00PM
Where Mexican Cultural Institute
125 Paseo de la Plaza,
Los Angeles, CA 90012-2981
Admission Ages: Open to all ages
Price: Free
Contact (424) 832-9617
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