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Leo Tanguma. 427 likes · 4 talking about this. Chicano Artist and Muralis Artist and muralist Leo Tanguma was born to Texas farm workers with Mexican ancestors in Beeville, Texas, a small rural town located between Corpus Christi and San Antonio. He started his life-long art career at the very young age of eight using a pencil and pieces of cardboard boxes to draw people working in the fields with his parents May 21, 2013. Came across this Facebook album devoted to Leo Tanguma, the artist behind the four murals at Denver Airport that has been the basis of so much conspiracy theorizing. The FB page that created it is titled Conspiracy Theories & The Illuminati (devoted to Alex Jones, natch). Some of the DIA mural images the page presents [

Leo Tanguma's In Peace and Harmony with Nature references the social realist murals of Mexico while addressing a modern theme: the destruction of the environment. The first half of the mural shows children displaying great sadness over the destruction and extinction of life, as the second half of the artwork depicts humanity coming together to Came across this Facebook album devoted to Leo Tanguma, the artist behind the four murals at Denver Airport that has been the basis of so much conspiracy theorizing.The FB page that created it is titled Conspiracy Theories & The Illuminati (devoted to Alex Jones, natch).. Some of the DIA mural images the page presents are incorrectly attributed to Tanguma With artist Leo Tanguma representing Denver's growing Hispanic community, while also being known for depicting socio-economic issues throughout his work, he would have been an ideal candidate in this scenario. It's also possible that the artist was simply selected to create a piece that would stimulate conversation about the environment.

Artist: Leo Tanguma; Art Chronicles. This is a photographic series is based on the experience of the photographer, Alex Sweetman, during the building of the Denver International Airport and what it meant to him to witness this change. The murals consist of seven photomurals and 100 archival photographs all recording the airport's construction. Conspiracy theories are taking off again at Denver International Airport, where Children of the World Dream of Peace, by Leo Tanguma, recently disappeared from the Jeppesen Terminal. Many of the. 1 of 41 Painter Gonzo 247 embraces Leo Tanguma, the original artist behind the mural The Rebirth of Our Nationality. The mural at 5900 Canal Street was originally painted by Leo Tanguma in.

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  1. g together to rehabilitate and.
  2. Leticia Tanguma: I've loved to write and draw all my life. I've done other things in my life—but I believe I have to be an artist—I just am—and there's nothing I can do to change it. I've learned from my father, muralist Leo Tanguma, and remember helping him with murals when I was as young as seven years old
  3. Leo was born in 1941, in Beeville, Texas, and worked as a child in the fields. He had to quit school in the 6th grade to help support his family. When he was 14 years old, he and his older sister moved to Pasadena,Texas outside of Houston, in search of more opportunity. Leo Tanguma served in Continue reading Leo Tanguma
  4. One popular conspiracy theory claims a series of large murals by artist Leo Tanguma may tell the story of the impending end of the world. The first mural depicts children fleeing a catastrophic fire. In the second mural, the children are gathered around a colorful flower that this conspiracy theory suggests is a symbol of the New World Order
  5. Photograph of Leo Tanguma's The Rebirth of Our Nationality, a mural spanning a building on Canal Street in Houston, Texas. The brightly colored mural depicts multiple figures reaching toward each other. At the top of the mural: To become aware of our history is to become aware of our singularity. The work was completed in 1973 during the Chicano mural movement
  6. al at DIA, The Children of the World Dream of Peace and In Peace and Harmony with Nature. Both the murals are split into two large panels, one set at 12ft x15ft, the other set at 12ft x 28ft, that span entire walls near the baggage claims, creating quite a.

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Leo Tanguma at the Latino Cultural Arts Center's Hecho en Colorado exhibit curated by Adrianna Abarca. This is an exhibit currently at the Colorado History Museum in Denver. It contains works from the Chicano art collection of Adrianna Abarca Chicano artist Leo Tanguma's In Peace and Harmony with Nature shows children distraught over the destruction and extinction of life. The second half of the artwork shows humanity working. Among some of the strangest art that populates the surrounding grounds and terminals of Denver International Airport (DIA) are two murals that were commissioned and installed when the airport was being built in 1995, by local artist Leo Tanguma

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  1. g together.
  2. Photograph detail of Leo Tanguma's The Rebirth of Our Nationality, a mural spanning a building on Canal Street in Houston, Texas. The brightly colored mural depicts multiple figures reaching toward each other. At the top of the mural: To become aware of our history is to become aware of our singularity. The work was completed in 1973 during the Chicano mural movement
  3. THE MATTER. Archiving an Artist's Legacy is Focus of April 6 Discussion at Latino Art Now! Houston. Carolyn Casey-Figueroa knew she was on to something when she was invited to view a vast collection of artifacts belonging to muralist Leo Tanguma. She found herself in an archival heaven— sketches, slides, photographs and other artifacts.
  4. Children of the World Dream of Peace is a powerful mural expressing the artist's desire to abolish violence in society. One section of the piece speaks to the tragedy and devastation of war and its impact on humanity. The mural then moves on to images of smiling children, dressed in traditional folk costumes from around Continue
  5. The colors on Chicano artist Leo Tanguma's sweeping piece had long faded away when my eyes set their gaze on it, but I am sure the impression it left on me was no less profound than if I had seen.
  6. Molly Glentzer / Houston Chronicle Show More Show Less 16 of 34 Gonzo 247 holds up a smaller print out of the original mural painted by Leo Tanguma on Canal Street on Friday, May 4, 2018, in Houston
  7. Part 1: Aerosol artist Gonzo to re-create one of Houston's iconic murals. By Molly Glentzer. Growing up in Houston's East End, Mario Enrique Figueroa Jr. loved Leo Tanguma's mural The Rebirth of.

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  1. HOUSTON (AP) - Growing up in Houston's East End, Mario Enrique Figueroa Jr. loved Leo Tanguma's mural The Rebirth of Our Nationality with the passion of a young boy.. The Houston.
  2. The Denver International Airport was built in 1995.. At 33,531 acres (52 square miles) it is the largest airport in North America by land area and the second largest in the world, behind King Fahd International Airport (Saudi Arabia).. Runway 16R/34L, with a length of 16,000 feet (3.03 mi; 4.88 km), is the longest public use runway in North America and the seventh longest in the world
  3. Artist Leo Tanguma's large mural paintings at Denver Airport are themed on apocalyptic bio-warfare, destruction, and the struggle between Fascist and peaceful world orders. The Denver-based Chicano combines symbolism from history and mysticism, with American socio-political issues from his hybrid perspective, by 1900s Mexican political.
  4. Leo was born in 1941, in Beeville, Texas, and worked as a child in the fields. He had to quit school in the 6th grade to help support his family. When he was 14 years old, he and his older sister moved to Pasadena,Texas outside of Houston, in search of more opportunity. Leo Tanguma served in the Army in the United States and Germany, where he.
  5. It was recently restored by GONZO247, supervised by the original artist Leo Tanguma who created the mural in 1973. Just a few blocks down, you'll find the photo-ready Sugar and Cloth color wall at 3302 Canal St., with eight different blocks of 6. The artist Leo Tanguma has changed his story
  6. al at [The Denver International Airport], is known for his thought provoking art work. Many people question. Tanguma's motives and aesthetic, based on his controversial settings, but Tanguma defends his work by stating 'A key element found in my work is the.
  7. Order of Chaos by Leo Tanguma. The Denver Airport Murals artist's name is Leo Tanguma. This mural has me at a loss for words, titled Order of Chaos could this be a sign of times to come? We see a military figure that resembles a German SS soldier wearing a gas mask with a machine gun in one hand and a sword stabbing a dove in the other

But even in its neglected state, Leo Tanguma's The Rebirth of Our Nationality is an example of public art at its best. It stirs emotions. It stirs emotions. It's something to be proud of The murals were directed by Leo Tanguma and assisted by Cheryl Detwiler and Leticia Tanguma with help from numerous community artists, volunteers and students 1992 - 1995.. My father, Leo Tanguma, the child of impoverished Mexican American and Chicano migrants, worked as a child laborer in the farms of America during the 1940s. He joined the Marines, and later, after being honorably discharged. His early-on admiration for art was the public art mural, The Rebirth of our Nationality (1973), by Leo Tanguma in East End Houston, Texas, where he spent most of his childhood. Later on in life, he realized the East End mural was the spark of becoming an artist one day. In his teens, he discovered his artist identity through Hip Hop culture Inspired by Mexican painter David Alfaro Siqueiros's March of Humanity, Chicano artist Leo Tanguma originally created the mural in 1973 to depict the struggles of everyday Mexican. The artist responsible for the murals is Leo Tanguma, who to the best of my knowledge has never actually held an interview explaining the meaning of the murals, if in fact there are meanings. Another intriguing artistic touch: gargoyles out of suitcase

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A longstanding staple of the community, this impressive mural was once touted as the largest in the city, and originally painted by Leo Tanguma in 1973. Urban artist, Mario Enrique Figueroa, Jr. who goes by GONZO247 restored this masterpiece to its original glory under the direction of Tanguma. Having deteriorated over the years, it was. Tanguma is an important Denver-based Chicano artist who, throughout his career, has combined symbolism from history and mysticism with the techniques of the 20th-century Mexican muralists The Children of the World Dream of Peaceby Leo Tanguma The Children of the World Dream of Peace is a powerful mural expressing the artist's desire to abolish violence in society. One part of the diptych exhibits the tragedy and devastation of war and its impact on humanity. The mural then moves to images of smiling children dressed in folk costumes from around the world celebrating. Art: An Interview with Leo Tanguma M?NICA LETTIERI University of Northern Colorado This conversation with Leo Tanguma took place on August 2000 while the artist was finishing his most recent piece entitled The Life and Times of Martin Candelaria. The mural covers three walls and the central tower of the North stairwell in Candelaria Hall, at th Leo Tanguma The Children of the World Dream of Peace is a powerful mural expressing the artist's desire to abolish violence in society. One part of the diptych exhibits the tragedy and devastation of war and its impact on humanity

DIA Art The colorful 1994 installation by artist Leo Tanguma entitled Children of the World-Dream of Peace. is viewed near an Arrival/Departure electronic board on April 12, 2017, in Denver. This site uses cookies to improve your experience and to help show content that is more relevant to your interests. By using this site, you agree to the use of cookies by Flickr and our partners as described in our cookie policy His name, Leopoldo Tanguma, better known as Leo. Artist and muralist Leo Tanguma was born to Texas farm workers with Mexican ancestors in Beeville, Texas, a small rural town located between Corpus Christi and San Antonio. He was inspired to create art by the hardships endured by Mexican-Americans

Leo Tanguma's murals at Denver International Airport, the two-part Children of the World Dream of Peace and In Peace With Harmony and Nature. Yes, the Denver artist is once again. The DIA has two murals that were painted by artist Leo Tanguma when the airport was being built: In Peace and Harmony With Nature and Children of the World Dream of Peace. Those names don't sound particularly scary or daunting, do they Artist Leo Tanguma's In Peace in Harmony with Nature mural has a fiery backdrop, a child in a casket and a weeping boy carrying a squirrel (seriously). But the second half of that mural features people from around the world celebrating together as well as live, thriving animals. His other mural, Children of the World Dream of Peace. Denver International Airport was constructed at a cost of $4.8 billion. It opened on February 28, 1995, 16 months behind schedule. However there are several reasons for this. Before construction could begin on the 1.5 million square-foot terminal and its attached concourses a series of tunnels had to be constructed on the site

Graffiti artist Gonzo 247, left, holds a large print out of the original mural painted by Leo Tanguma, right, while talking about the restoration of the Canal Street artwork on May 4 in Houston Artist Leo Tanguma challenged the idea of traditional murals once again with his mural Children of the World Dream of Peace. This mural depicts children, dressed in the traditional clothing of their nation, bringing weapons wrapped in flags to a blonde blacksmith in the middle. This is to show that they are giving up war and turning to a. With artist Leo Tanguma (pictured with wife) representing Denver's growing Hispanic community, while also being known for depicting socio-economic issues throughout his work, he would have been an ideal candidate in this scenario. It's also possible that the artist was simply selected to create a piece that would stimulate conversation.

About the Artist. Wherever he works, Leo Tanguma sees himself as a vehicle for a community's collective expression. Interacting with the community members at the site of his work is part of his creative process. Tanguma included the suggestions, ideas, and even the faces of UW-Madison students, faculty and staff, passersby, and Madisonians Today I sought out Leo Tanguma's mural on Canal Street titled The Rebirth of Our Nationality, completed in 1973 during the Chicano mural movement. All of this got me thinking about the place of Mexican Americans in Houston. The inscription along the top of the mural reads: To become aware of our history is to [ My father, Leo Tanguma, who designed and directed this mural project, and I, Leticia Tanguma, assistant artist, reject these accusations. In response to books, websites, blogs, and TV and radio shows about the DIA mural conspiracies - - I wish to share the truth of the mural's original meaning and beginnings At the baggage claim, there are a total of four murals painted by artist Leo Tanguma: two befores and two afters. The first two parter is entitled In Peace and Harmony with Nature. The first half features various symbols of a wrecked environment, with the centerpiece being the corpse of a jaguar laid across the graves of children Leo Tanguma's 1973 The Rebirth of Our Nationality mural on the side of the Continental Can Company factory/warehouse on Canal Street, covers just over 4,000 square feet while la Creation, which.

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Re-painted and re-imagined design by Artist GONZO247 in collaboration with Original Artist, Leo Tanguma. Location of this work. About the Artists. Leo Tanguma. More about the artist. GONZO247. @gonzo247. More about the artist. Send us your corrections and additions Jesse Ventura's 'Conspiracy Theory-2012 Part 1 of 6' (Denver International Airport) UPDATE (6/8/10): I recently heard The mural artist (Leo Tanguma) now has a website showcasing many of his works. It includes an interpretation of his 'In Peace and Harmony with Nature' mural. It can be seen at Leticia Tanguma, a survivor of abuse and homelessness, wants to use art to heal. Her own work has received notice and she helped her father Leo Tanguma create murals for Denver's airport Renowned Chicano artist Leo Tanguma painted The Rebirth of Our Nationality in 1973 on a building that Harris County bought in 2012 and will use for storing records, including court files

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Children of the World Dream of Peace, by Leo Tanguma Children of the World Dream of Peace, by Leo Tanguma. Plaque explaining the mural: Children of the World Dream of Peace is a powerful mural expressing the artist's desire to abolish violence in society. One section of the piece speaks to the tragedy and devastation of war and its impact. $70K restoratio­n of iconic East End mural brings faded artist/activist back to fore 2017-11-12 - By Molly Glentzer DENVER — Leo Tanguma is in no hurry to return to the city that holds his ultimate achievemen­t A striking work of art, the original mural, painted in 1973 by artist and muralist Leo Tanguma, features the trials, tribulations and victories of the Mexican-American people. Originally crafted with whatever spare house paint Tanguma could find, the mural served as a reminder to the community of everything Houston's Mexican-American and. The multicultural murals within the lounge by renowned artist Leo Tanguma were dedicated in March 1996 and have been carefully preserved throughout the renovation process. The paintings share the important message of unity through diversity. This room is named in honor of Ted Gekas, a UW-Madison alumnus and Wisconsin Union Association board. Statements to the contrary on the part of the artist such as Leo Tanguma are probably not so much on pain of death for disclosing this fact as it is a matter of contractual obligation and the possibility of financial forfeiture. Nor does any of this imply that the artists understood the symbolism

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  1. Well you probably should have looked more into the 4 murals themselves as well as what they represent, and also the artist who painted them, Leo Tanguma. I will make it easier for you though, here is a link to an interview where Leo speaks about the murals and his work - [link to www.zingmagazine.com] Quoting: FuckBoris
  2. Closing reception for The Cosmic Mestizo featuring an art creation experience with Leo Tanguma. The Cosmic Mestizo will be comprised of multiple facial profiles: the Spanish; the Indigenous Peoples of the Americas; and others that encompass all humanity
  3. CLAIM: A painting of several children wearing face masks with their countries' flags on them appeared in 1994 at the Denver International Airport. AP'S ASSESSMENT: False. The painting does not belong to the Denver airport art collection and has not been displayed there. The image of it began circulating online in February of this year. THE FACTS: Social media posts that have been viewed.
  4. Artist Leo Tanguma discusses his mural project in Houston, Texas and its expression of the Mexican American community's experience with injustice and police brutality. This story originally aired.
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  6. Denver has traditionally been home to one of the busier airports in the United States because of its location. Many airlines, including United Airlines, Western Airlines, former Frontier Airlines, Continental Airlines and People Express were hubbed at the former Stapleton International Airport.At times, Stapleton was a hub for three or four airlines. Reasons that justified the construction of.
  7. als of Denver International Airport DIA are two murals that were commissioned and installed when the airport was being built in 1995 by local artist Leo Tanguma

Michael Ensminger, an artist visiting from Brooklyn, walks by the mural The Rebirth of Our Nationality, on Tuesday, July 6, 2021, along Canal Street in Houston. The mural was originally painted in 1973 by Leo Tanguma, and it was repainted in 2018 by Mario Figueroa, Jr., also known as GONZO247 Ever since opening in 1995, the Denver airport has been the subject of rumors linking it to government cover-ups and the world's elite. Thrillist investigates The Ren The World Dream Peace Leo Tanguma below is a part of Denver Airport Paintings Collection Gallery. This digital photography of Ren The World Dream Peace Leo Tanguma has dimension 600 × 344 pixels. You can see a gallery of Denver Airport Paintings below. And if you think that this image are interested to share with your friends, don't hesitate to share it on your Social Media account Denver International Airport artist, Leo Tanguma, explains how his murals are not a part of a conspiracy Artist Leo Tanguma wrote explanations of his personal, if odd, inspirations for the paintings, describing them as depicting scenes of violence and tragedy being overcome by peace and harmony. Then of course, there's always the satanic blue horse sculpture with glowing red eyes that welcomes visitors

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  1. The only mural painted in 1994 for DEN featuring international children wearing traditional clothing and that also features flags is Leo Tanguma's 'Children of the World Dream of Peace.' But there are no kids wearing masks. A reverse image search shows the earliest social media posts containing the painting are from February 2020
  2. Leo Tanguma. Murialist and Artist Leo Tanguma joined the kids at the garden to share the his history as an artist and what inspired him to do his art pieces. Powered by Create your own unique website with customizable templates
  3. Leo Tanguma actually left Houston shortly after he completed this mural, frustrated with the experience of everyday racism and the lack of widespread acceptance when it came to his deeply political work. He returned in 2018 to see his mural restored and speak with a new generation of Chicanos who had grown up inspired and challenged by his mural
  4. Image via WikiCommons. Painted by an artist named Leo Tanguma, these massive murals are a distinctive feature of Denver international airport. The two murals above depict some fairly gruesome imagery, and admittedly are pretty creepy when viewed out of context, which is what the internet conspiracy theorists usually do when they ignore the next two murals in the four-part mural series.
  5. Tanguma reportedly confirmed that he was given guidelines for the paintings and was paid 100 000$ for the first ones. He later denied he was given instructions and refuted any questions regarding hidden meanings in his paintings. Previous Leo Tanguma murals were typical Chicano art, politically charged and community oriented

The wall murals are pieces commissioned from Leo Tanguma, a Denver-based, chicano artist who draws heavily from his Mexican and spiritual heritages, and his liberal politics. This is a little ominous, it's fair to say Photo Credit: Eric Golub, Creative Commons Many think that the murals, painted by artist Leo Tanguma, tell the story of apocalyptic biowarfare destroying the world as we know it, with the New World Order taking over in its place Many think that the murals, painted by artist Leo Tanguma, tell the story of apocalyptic biowarfare destroying the world as we know it, with the New World Order taking over in its place. Something truly creepy is the blue horse statue outside the airport itself. Titled Mustang, but nicknamed Blucifer by conspiracy theorists, this statue is.

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The most often-cited element of the Denver Airport Conspiracy are two murals by Chicano artist Leo Tanguma. The first, a two-part mural Children of the World Dream of Peace, indeed shows. Both murals were painted by artist Leo Tanguma. Tanguma, who denies any conspiratorial symbolism in the paintings, has stated that the murals depict man-made environmental destruction and genocide along with humanity coming together to heal nature and live in peace, rather than military oppression, total destruction, and ultimate global. He worked alongside the original artist, Leo Tanguma, to restore the iconic Rebirth of Our Nationality, which documents the history of the Mexican people. Art is who I am, art is what I do, and.

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The artist of the piece, Leo Tanguma, however claims that the mural and others like it represent man made destruction of the environment and genocide while the people of the world come together to live in peace. The two large murals are entitled In Peace and Harmony with Nature and The Children of the World Dream of Peace Many of these, including murals, are credited to artist Leo Tanguma that have led to observers claiming about the incorporations of various symbols of the fascist secret society. The Tanguma murals are related to world peace and a healthy environment. However, their terrifying designs seem to convey otherwise Originally painted by East End artist Leo Tanguma in 1973. Local artist GONZO247 partnered with Tanguma to restore the 4,000 square foot mural Ever since gazing in awe at a mural by famed Mexican American artist Leo Tanguma as a child, GONZO aspired to create huge works of art, and so the similarly public, large-scale nature of graffiti.

9 Things That Prove Denver Airport Is The Secret HQ Of The Illuminati. 8. There Are Bloodthirsty Murals On The Walls. So the glowing red hell beast has already freaked you out, and you ve not even. by Leo Tanguma The Children of the World Dream of Peace is a powerful mural expressing the artist's desire to abolish violence in society. One part of the diptych exhibits the tragedy and devastation of war and its impact on humanity

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The only mural painted in 1994 for DEN featuring international children wearing traditional clothing and that also features flags is Leo Tanguma's 'Children of the World Dream of Peace. This on is my favorite. There is a series of murals by artist Leo Tanguma, which are described innocently enough. 'The Children of the World Dream of Peace is a powerful mural expressing the artist's desire to abolish violence in society. One part of the diptych exhibits the tragedy and devastation of war and its impact on humanity The Denver International Airport (DIA) is well-known for the dark, symbolic artwork found all over the premises including a massive demon horse statue (popularly known as Blucifer), gargoyles, and most notably, the murals of Mexican artist Leo Tanguma Leo Tanguma was born in Beeville, Texas, and served in the United States Army, once taking art classes at the United States Armed Forces Institute to hone his skills. He is now a resident of Arvada, and has fulfilled art commissions for Denver International Airport, Denver Art Museum, and the University of Northern Colorado

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How D.I.A.'s Murals Feed Conspiracy Theorist. Among some of the strangest art that populates the grounds and terminals of the Denver International Airport (DIA) are two murals that were commissioned and installed when the airport was being built in 1995, by local artist Leo Tanguma In 1995, the Denver International Airport opened its doors to the public. What the public saw in this enormous compound was breathtaking, confusing, and weird. The murals and monuments at the Denver Airport have caused great concern for travelers and researchers alike. Before we explore some of th

The artist who created the painting with the three coffins referred to above is described in Denver International Airport press releases as follows: Leo Tanguma is a Chicano artist-activist who has created murals throughout the country, generally with the help of local students and volunteers The two that this artist, Leo Tanguma, has painted are simply part of a larger, diverse installation. Leo's one mural is described as: The Children of the World Dream of Peace by Leo Tanguma ìThe Children of the World Dream of Peaceî is a powerful mural expressing the artistís desire to abolish violence in society. One part of the diptych. Leo Tanguma. Stored During Construction. Children of the World Dream of Peace is a powerful mural expressing the artist's desire to abolish violence in society. One section of the piece speaks to the tragedy and devastation of war and its impact on humanity. The mural then moves on to images of smiling children, dressed in traditional folk. untitled-64. Leo Tanguma Panorama2. Leo Tanguma Panorama3. Leo Tanguma Panorama4. Leo Tanguma Panorama6