"Dios No Exíste" (God Does Not Exist), a project carried out in collaboration with Vicente Razo. D.N.E consisted in rewriting one of the most famous slogans inscribed by muralism: the phrase "God Does Not Exist" that Diego Rivera painted in 1947 in the mural Sueño de una tarde dominical en la Alameda in homage to Ignacio Ramiréz "El Nigromante" (Dream of a Sunday afternoon in the Alameda).
The phrase in this case was credited to Diego Rivera, as a reflection and provocation on the controversy about the origin of the phrase and its authorship.
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Poster 56 x 87 cm