Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Channel Flip, Meet Me at the Edge of the Sun Channel Flip, Meet Me at the Edge of the Sun

Channel Flip, Meet Me at the Edge of the Sun

Guadalupe Rosales, Nao Bustamante, Zackary Drucker, rafa esparza and MPA

LAND (LOS ANGELES NOMADIC DIVISION) Los Angeles, California, USA June 21, 2020 – July 5, 2020

LAND (Los Angeles Nomadic Division) presents Channel Flip, Meet Me at the Edge of the Sun, a new commission created by Guadalupe Rosales. In the artist’s words: “I am interested in how violence and micro-politics are embedded in our bodies in contemporary society and how artists channel this social energy in their artwork. How do

Channel Flip, Meet Me at the Edge of the Sun, courtesy of Guadalupe Rosales, Nao Bustamante, Zackary Drucker, rafa esparza, MPA and LAND (Los Angeles Nomadic Division) Channel Flip, Meet Me at the Edge of the Sun, courtesy of Guadalupe Rosales, Nao Bustamante, Zackary Drucker, rafa esparza, MPA and LAND (Los Angeles Nomadic Division) LAND

Echoes of a collective memory Echoes of a collective memory

Echoes of a collective memory

Guadalupe Rosales

Vincent Price Art Museum Los Angeles, California, USA 09/15/2018 – 01/19/2019

The Vincent Price Art Museum at East Los Angeles College presented Guadalupe Rosales: Echoes of a Collective Memory, the artist’s first solo museum exhibition. The exhibition explored the radical potential of the archive in a new immersive installation including a two-channel video, sculptures featuring archival materials, a collaged wall work, a payphone sound piece, and an

Guadalupe Rosales, Selections of Glamour shots and Party flyers, Collage, Dimensions vary, ca. 1990s. Courtesy of the artist Installation View, Guadalupe Rosales: Echoes of a Collective Memory on view at the Vincent Price Art Museum, East Los Angeles College through January 19, 2019. Photo by Monica Orozco Installation View, Guadalupe Rosales: Echoes of a Collective

Endless Nights

Endless Nights

Guadalupe Rosales and Eddie Ruvalcaba

Commonwealth and Council Los Angeles, California 01/20/2018 – 03/03/2018

At the intersection of art and archival work, Guadalupe Rosales seizes social media as a radical opportunity: a generous platform to engage and develop multiple modes of discourse. Her ongoing projects Veteranas and Rucas (@veteranas_and_rucas) and Map Pointz (@map-pointz) broach the importance of self-representation and self-historicization, showing how lived experiences and memories find potent revival

Guadalupe Rosales and Eddie Ruvalcaba. Installation view of Endless Nights, Commonwealth and Council, Los Angeles, USA, 2018. Courtesy the artists and Commonwealth and Council, Los Angeles. Photo: Ruben Diaz Guadalupe Rosales and Eddie Ruvalcaba. Installation view of Endless Nights, Commonwealth and Council, Los Angeles, USA, 2018. Courtesy the artists and Commonwealth and Council, Los Angeles.

Monarchs: Brown and Native Contemporary Artists in the Path of the Butterfly, at Bemis Center, Omaha, Nebraska Monarchs: Brown and Native Contemporary Artists in the Path of the Butterfly, at Bemis Center, Omaha, Nebraska

Monarchs: Brown and Native Contemporary Artists in the Path of the Butterfly, at Bemis Center, Omaha, Nebraska

By Melinda Kozel Omaha, Nebraska, USA 12/07/2017 – 02/24/2018

The Bemis Center of Contemporary Arts debuted Monarchs: Brown and Native Contemporary Artists in the Path of the Butterfly this last winter in Omaha, Nebraska. The exhibit, curated by Risa Puleo—the first to hold title as Curator-in-Residence at the Bemis Center—seeks to address the contemporary result of a long and woven history of movement, as

Salvador Jimenez-Flores, Nopales híbridos: An Imaginary World of a Rascuache-Futurism, 2017. Terra-cotta, porcelain, underglazes, gold luster and terra-cotta slip. 96 x 96 x 96 inches. Courtesy the artist. Photo: Colin Conces El Centro de Arte Contemporáneo Bemis inauguró el invierno pasado en Omaha, Nebraska, Monarchs: Brown and Native Contemporary Artists in the Path of the