Antonio de la Mora

The burned out automobile where 9 members of the family of the La Mora Mormon Community died in Mexico. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has excommunicated many of the Mormon communities in Mexico as a result of their stance on polygamy. Still, the settlements proceed to thrive across northern pockets of the nation. They have been headed to a marriage in LeBaron, another Mormon neighborhood.
Ervil LeBaron, who had 54 children and thirteen wives, launched the Church of the First Born Lamb of God, using the distorted Mormon teachings. The LeBaron group was one of many many Mormon settlements that persists in Mexico. It was based by Alma Dayer LeBaron in 1944, in accordance with Ruth Wariner, an creator who fled the colony in the Eighties, when she was simply 15 years outdated. While the Mormon church formally banned polygamy in 1890, it continued in some communities, particularly those in Mexico.
From an utilized perspective, understanding strategies of social insects which are ecologically necessary could contribute to better safety of native social bugs that present priceless ecosystem companies (e.g. Is Lucas Black from the south ) and control damaging invasive pests (e.g. Vespula wasps). Through his previous work on coffee agro-ecosystems, de la Mora seen the prevalence of social parasites and became more and more interested in their geographic distribution.
De la Mora’s work has been solo exhibited in museums the world over, together with on the Museo Amparo, Puebla, Mexico; N.C. Arte, Bogota, Colombia; Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Oaxaca, Mexico; Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach, CA; and the Centro Cultural Bastero Kulturgunea, Bilbao, Spain. His work is included in the everlasting collections of the Art Museum of the Americas, Washington, DC; Colección FEMSA, Monterrey, Mexico; Fundación Jumex, Mexico; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA; El Museo del Barrio, NYC; The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, TX; and the Albright-Knox Gallery, NY; among others. In addition, the artist has been honored with many awards and invitations to participate in biennials and is the recipient of the Fulbright-García Robles (2001-03). (f) is the third exhibition of the artist in Galería OMR. James Eugene Stuchbery (1894–1978), a cornetist, who had studied with Prof. de la Mora, went on to become a member of the Houston Symphony and was the founding and longstanding band director of the Pasadena High School Band in Texas.
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