Tony Gleaton exhibition
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Tony Gleaton photography

Tony Gleaton shows his photographs of present-day descendants of African slaves brought to Mexico in the 1500s by Spanish colonists. The exhibition “Africa’s Legacy in Mexico: The Photographs of Tony Gleaton” is at the Burns Fine Arts Center at Loyola Marymount University through Nov. 18 (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times)
Tony Gleaton’s gelatin silver print of “Peluguería” (Barber Shop), 1990, was shot in the town of Pinotepa Nacional, Oaxaca, Mexico. Gleaton’s photographs are showcased at Laband Art Gallery of the Burns Fine Arts Center at Loyola Marymount University through Nov. 18. (Tony Gleaton / Laband Art Gallery, Loyola Marymount University)
Tony Gleaton’s gelatin silver print of “Tres Hermanas” (Three Sisters), 1986, taken in Cuajinicuilapa, Guerrero, Mexico. The photo is part of his exhibition at Laband Art Gallery at Loyola Marymount University. (Tony Gleaton / Laband Art Gallery, Loyola Marymount University)
Tony Gleaton’s “La Polleria” (The Chicken Seller), 1987. Cuanjinicuilapa, Guerrero, Mexico. Gelatin silver print. It is part of “Africa’s Legacy in Mexico” at Laband Art Gallery at Loyola Marymount University. (Tony Gleaton / Laband Art Gallery, Loyola Marymount University)
“Hombre y Cayuco” (Man and Canoe), 1987, a gelatin silver print by photographer Tony Gleaton, taken in Corrallero, Oaxaca, Mexico. It is part of an exhibition of his photographs chronicling the legacy of African slavery in modern-day Mexico. At Laband Art Gallery, Loyola Marymount University. (Tony Gleaton / Laband Art Gallery, Loyola Marymount University)
A silver gelatin print of Tony Gleaton’s “Abrazo de la Memoria” (Embrace of Memory), 1990. Shot in Cuajinicuilapa, Guerrero, Mexico. The Los Angeles photographer’s work is being exhibited at Laband Art Gallery at Loyola Marymount through Nov. 18. (Tony Gleaton / Laband Art Gallery, Loyola Marymount University)
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