Davis Dominguez Gallery's new exhibition, Alternate View: Art Works by Kathryn Polk and Alfred Quiroz, touches on topical social/political issues of feminism, identity, neo-fascism and the perilous survival of democracy are explored by two gallery artists: Kathryn Polk, formally of Tucson, is a master printmaker, creating original lithographs from Bavarian limestone and metal plates on subjects ranging from childhood, woman's trials, individuality and resourcefulness to the celebration of determination, strength and endurance. Her prints are highly allegorical and executed in a finely drawn graphic style unique to lithography. Alfred Quiroz, Professor Emeritus, U/A School of Fine Art, is one of America's most important Mexican-American artists, as a history painter, social critic and iconoclast. His works, often in extensive series, expose widely held myths and proscribed histories to scrutiny, satire and debunking. Merciless in his attacks on "common knowledge," his "alternate" analyses are based on careful research while his delivery is a combination of comic book pop art, obstreperous skewing of English sounds and not-so-subtle irony. His redux of classical art is laced with sensuality bordering on the absurd.