Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles

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Born and raised in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Frederico Vigil grew up inspired by the rich history that has become the trademark of his art. He has spent close to a decade on this monumental 4,000 square foot work, the largest concave fresco in North America. Over 3,000 years of Hispanic history are depicted in the broadest sense, from Europe to Mesoamerica and into the American Southwest, illustrating the complexities and diversity of the Hispanic experience.(Source:

El Quinto Sol

Frederico M. Vigil
West LA, Santa Monica, Venice

(The Fifth Sun) An allegory about Los Angeles, featuring a woman pregnant with the future.