Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Queer Califas Queer Califas

Queer Califas

Curated by Ruben Esparza

Plummer Park Los Angeles 11/04/2017 – 12/09/2017

There is a thread that connects Latinx people. It is a strong soulful link, which is indelible. A lineage that carries the rhythm of varied cultures. Many are newcomers to this country cutting new paths. Some are from centuries-long histories from both colonizer and the colonized—with Spanish and Portuguese surnames cloaking indigenous and African heritage.

Exhibition view of Queer Califas, 2017. Courtesy of Plummer Park Rigo Maldonado, Heart, 2016. Courtesy of Plummer Park Exhibition view of Queer Califas, 2017. Courtesy of Plummer Park There is a thread that connects Latinx people. It is a strong soulful link, which is indelible. A lineage that carries the rhythm of varied cultures. Many are

TRAINS / PARIS LA TRAINS / PARIS LA

TRAINS / PARIS LA

Curated by Sterling Ruby

Night Gallery Los Angles, California, USA 08/23/2014 – 09/27/2014

  The exhibition will be laid out in lines. The exhibition will be hung in sequences breaking chronology. The exhibition will be formal, but not just shapes. Photography and sculptures are not the same thing, but they are companions. Some choose more, some choose less, everyone has to have at least two, and the boundaries

The exhibition will be laid out in lines. The exhibition will be hung in sequences breaking chronology. The exhibition will be formal, but not just shapes. Photography and sculptures are not the same thing, but they are companions. Some choose more, some choose less, everyone has to have at least two, and the boundaries are