‘Anti-Violence’ Art in Mexico Displays Knotted Gun Barrels

Replicas of a sculpture of a knotted pistol that was designed in honor of the late musician John Lennon are being displayed this month in Monterrey, a northern industrial city that knows about gun violence.

The 13 pieces in a variety of colors and designs were made by individuals and organizations. They include a soccer ball motif by the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football, as well as a 1960s-style pop art design by Lennon's fellow Beatle Paul McCartney.

"The presentation is very eloquent, the gun barrel obstructed to promote non-violence ... it's a . . .

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