Phoenix loses two Valley artists

The Phoenix arts community loses two well-known Latino artists: Ralph Cordova, one of the founders of Movimiento Artistico Del Rio Salado, and Ruben Galicia, who assisted organizations with fundraising efforts through his art. Galicia was instrumental in the organization of exhibitions at the Calaca Cultural Center in Tempe. Marco Albarran, who knew both artists, and Jeff Falk, artist who knew Ralph Cordova, talk about their impact on the Arizona arts scene.

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