El Grito de Dolores was first uttered on 16 September, 1810 in the small town of Dolores, near Guanajuato. and marked the beginning of the Mexican War of Independence.
The exhibition, El Grito, pays a respectful tribute to the land liberated from an oppressive Spanish rule and signals the triumph of it’s people enduring will for freedom.
Sonia Capeda & Daniela Bustos embody these struggles in a collaborative exhibition focusing on the significance of liberation and the honor of being Mexican. The collection is inspired by the territory reclaimed, the protection felt by achieving liberation and the three colors of it’s flag encapsulating the hope, purity and blood shed by those who died fighting for Mexico's independence.