This poster is the second of the series, and is a response to the domestic violence that women suffer in this country. I had her wear a bath towel to show that her attacker isn't a stranger, it's someone of confidence. The line under the header reads, "every year a minimum of 572,000 women report violent attacks by their male partners."
This is a visual forum for problem solving and discussion for Professor Carlos Llerena Aguirre's students. University of Miami, Coral Gables.
Llerena Aguirre is a Peruvian born artist. He has published drawings, illustrations and woodcuts in international journals, books, magazines, several children’s books, and newspapers. Carlos directs and produces independent documentary films and video art from his Miami-based in-house studio.
He represented Peru and the USA with his woodcuts in the Norsk Internasjonal Grafikk Biennale, Norway. The Jubilam X Internationale Grafik Triennale, Norway The Large Format Print Biennale, Venice Italy, and The Xylon Graphische International Triennale, Switzerland. Hawaii Print Biennale.
Recipient of the Frans Masareel Centrum artist in residence in Belgium, artist in residence in Printmaking Italy, Venice, Italy and the TAKT BERLIN artist residence in the summer of 2016.
He holds an M.F.A., in Cinematography from the University of Miami; an M.F.A., in Art & Design, an A.M., in Art Education from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign , an M.A., in Graphics from Hunter College C.U.N.Y, and a B.F.A. in Advertising Design from the School of Visual Arts.