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Take Me There Maybe Later
  • Title

    Que Viva Paco

  • Artist

    Carlos Frésquez

  • Location

    Paco Sanchez Park

  • Neighborhood

    Villa Park

  • Year

    2021

  • Artwork Type

    Public Sculpture

  • Material

    stainless steel, paint

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About This Piece

Que Viva Paco honors Francisco “Paco” Sanchez, who in 1954 launched Denver’s first Spanish language radio station. The artwork consists of three stainless-steel disks, approximately five feet in diameter, painted in the colors of the United States and Mexican flags. The disks represent the Mexican and Latin music Paco would “spin” over the local airwaves.