Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Forging Territories: Queer Afro and Latinx Contemporary Art Forging Territories: Queer Afro and Latinx Contemporary Art

Forging Territories: Queer Afro and Latinx Contemporary Art

Curated by Rubén Esparza

San Diego Art Institute San Diego, California, USA 06/29/2019 – 11/03/2019

Musings on a Blacktino Critical Optic The year 2019 marks a watershed moment in LGBTQ history as museums and cultural institutions across the country commemorate the fifty-year anniversary of Stonewall, that raucous riot where queers fought back at intrepid police raids at Stonewall Inn in New York’s Greenwich Village in 1969. As with all cultural

Patrisse Cullors, Untitled (2019). Performance for opening night. ©Patrisse Cullors. Photo by ©Philipp Scholz Ritterman and ©Tim Hardy Alma Lopez, Santa, Lucia, Santa Wilgerfortis, Julia Pastrana (2014). ©Alma Lopez. Photo by ©Philipp Scholz Ritterman and ©Tim Hardy Vinnie Garcia, 2nd Puberty (2019). Immersive installation. ©Vinnie Garcia. Photo by ©Philipp Scholz Ritterman and ©Tim Hardy Reflexiones Sobre

Construyendo puentes. Arte chicano/mexicano de LA a CDMX Construyendo puentes. Arte chicano/mexicano de LA a CDMX

Construyendo puentes. Arte chicano/mexicano de LA a CDMX

Curada por Julián Bermúdez

Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil Ciudad de México 09/21/2018 – 11/25/2018

Nacida a mediados de la década de 1960, junto con los protestantes de la Guerra de Vietnam y el movimiento Black Power a favor de los derechos civiles, la lucha chicana desafió la categorización y los estereotipos burlones ampliamente divulgados entre la población anglosajona, así como a los centros educativos públicos, plagados de deserción, que

Patrick Martínez, América es para los dreamers (detalle), 2016-2017. Cortesía AltaMed Health Services Construyendo puentes. Arte chicano/mexicano de Los Ángeles a Ciudad de México. Vista de sala. Cortesía MACG Construyendo puentes. Arte chicano/mexicano de Los Ángeles a Ciudad de México. Vista de sala. Cortesía MACG. Nacida a mediados de la década de 1960, junto con

Art after LA/LA

Art after LA/LA

by Alma Ruiz

How Los Angeles Can Make PST Stick Come September, all of Southern California will be in the thrall of Latin American / Latino art. Why? Because after years of research and hard work by museums, alternative spaces, university galleries, and many other institutions, Pacific Standard Time: Los Angeles / Latin America (PST: LA / LA) will be officially inaugurated. This massive effort, spearheaded

Carlos Almaraz, Mr. and Mrs. Rabbit Go to Town, 1982, Collection of Robert M. DeLapp, Los Angeles. © Carlos Almaraz Estate. Photo courtesy Robert M. DeLapp Gallery. How Los Angeles Can Make PST Stick Come September, all of Southern California will be in the thrall of Latin American / Latino art. Why? Because after years of research and hard work