JULY 4 - AUG 24, 2019
Dallas artist and curator Viola Delgado elevates the work of Latina artists and establishes their historical record with a new exhibit.
The exhibit features artists Adriana Acero, Leticia Alaniz, Adriana Cobo-Frenkel, Diana Marquis, and Angela Faz. It includes new work by the five artists who exhibited in Cinco Latinas 2016: Ivonne Acero, Myra Barraza, Sara Cardona, Leticia Huerta and Maria Teresa García Pedroche.
Diez Latinas 2019: One Common Thread opens July 26 at 6 p.m. at the Latino Cultural Center. The show closes Aug. 24.
Panel discussion moderator Dianne Solis Aug.10 @ 2:00pm.
FEB - APRIL 2019
Florida Atlantic University is hosting “Black Mirror”, curated by Claire Breukel, at its Schmidt Center and Ritter Art Galleries, in coordination with Y.ES Contemporary Art.
JAN 5 - FEB 10, 2019
Predicament of the Subject is the title of Myra Barraza’s new solo exhibition at Liliana Bloch Gallery. The title “Predicament of the Subject” stems from Aristotle’s recognition of ten predicaments, or attributes that sum the range of human thought, in which one, or other, could find a category for any, and all concepts. Myra Barraza has created a series of small -scale social media paintings of men’s portraits of portraits referencing identity fluctuation. The exhibition also includes pieces from her Feral Female series, in which the artist paints what she calls “female sexuality portraits”. Barraza’s depictions constitute a sensual exploration of the frontier of female and male representation.