Artists are imperiled by politics in more than a few countries today. And so it was back in 1940 for the Mexican muralist Diego Rivera. Both the Nazis and the communists were after him, and the FBI reported that he might be eliminated. So Rivera eagerly accepted San Francisco architect Timothly Plfueger's invitation to anchor the Art in Action program in the relative safety of the Golden Gate International Exposition.
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Building One, Treasure Island
One Avenue of the Palms, Treasure Island, San Francisco