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JUANA ALICIA

TIRSO GONZALEZ

ALESSANDRO PALADINI

SANCTUARY/SANTUARIO, fresco painting and sculptures for San Francisco International Airport. Juana Alicia and Emmanuel Catarino Montoya,
©2000, 19’ x 23’. International Terminal G,  Gate Room 99. 

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 SANARTE: DIVERSITY’S PATHWAY Suite of four murals and the double helix and cementatious tile walkway celebrate and symbolize diversity
within the concept of “unity”, and the notion that dualities promote a holistic, vibrant and ever-changing world. 
1000 square feet of tile mosaic mural at UCSF Medical Center, 400 Parnassus Avenue, San Francisco.Juana Alicia© 2005

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2006-7 GEMELOS, mural in cast cement and steel, Juana Alicia and Tirso F. Gonzalez Araiza, Universidad
Tecnológica Metropolitana/ UTM (Metropolitan Technical University), Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico.
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