Neighborhoods in conflict and the role of the artist, in Guadalupe Rosales’s solo show at Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

What is the role of an artist when their old neighborhood is gentrified by art galleries and the neighborhood doesn’t want them there? This highly topical question, and others, are examined by Guadalupe Rosales in her splendid “Legends Never Die: A Collective Memory,” at Canter Fitzgerald Gallery, Haverford College. Gonzalez, who grew up in the Boyle Heights, Los Angeles neighborhood, focuses primarily on documenting her Latinx community at the time she was growing up there.