April 5—May 18, 2013 MACLA’s 15th Annual Latino Art Auction Exhibition presents the very best of contemporary Latino art from the Bay Area and beyond, including works by: Pilar Agüero Esparza, Jose Arenas, Tessie Barrera-Sharaga, Enrique Chagoya, Veronica Felix, Nereida García – Ferraz, Francisco “Pancho” Jiménez, Juan Luna-Avin, Gwen Mercado-Reyes, Bernardo Palau, Viva Paredes, Juan
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ASSEMBLING THE PIECES: RECONSTRUCTING MEMORY & HYBRID IDENTITY Work by Tessie Barrera-Scharaga and Samuel Rodriguez January 16—March 16, 2013 This exhibition addresses themes of transformation, identity, memory, and the human experience. Tessie Barrera-Scharaga is a conceptual installation and assemblage artist who creates site-specific and time-based environments using a wide variety of media from found and
POWER IN NUMBERS Recent work by Julio Salgado, Betty A. Davis, Ana Teresa Fernandez & Julio Cesar Morales November 2, 2012–January 5, 2013 This exhibition explores immigration routes and political movements that are currently building a new America. The four artists featured in Power In Numbers explore new modes of political, social and cultural movements
CITY PORTRAITS/RETRATOS DE CIUDAD Work by Marcos Ramírez ERRE August 17—October 20, 2012 This is a solo exhibition of new work by Tijuana-based artist Marcos Ramírez ERRE. Ramírez’s project is to construct a complex portrait of Silicon Valley in wood and steel using available data, statistics, demographic and economic studies, and maps to examine social,
EVEN THE SMALLEST CHANGE CAN BE PROFOUND Work by Efren Álvarez, Vic de la Rosa, Gregory Michael Hernandez, Monica Martinez, Gwen Mercado-Reyes, and Esteban Salazar June 1, 2012—August 3, 2012 The artists included in this exhibition envision fulfilling their role as agents of change by presenting work that calls attention to issues such as the
April 4—May 19, 2012 MACLA’s 14th Annual Latino Art Auction Exhibition presents the very best of contemporary Latino art from the Bay Area and beyond, including works by Pilar Agüero Esparza, Jose Maro Alvarado, Efren Álvarez, Natalia Anciso, Jose Arenas, Tanya Aguiniga, Tessie Barrera-Sharaga, Jesús Barraza, Victor Cartagena, Antonio Castro, Melanie Cervantes, Betty Davis, Einar
CUBAN CONNECTIONS: NEAR & FAR November 2, 2011–January 7, 2012 Highlighting several Bay Area collections, this group exhibition features Cuban artists whose work explores cultural icons, architectural form, and the human condition. This exhibition presents recent works by artists with select pieces from their local collectors, offering a rare opportunity to view works of art
NAVIGATIONS OF THE FANTASTIC Work by Jose Arenas, Betty A. Davis, Veronica Felix, and Elizabeth Gomez June 3–August 13, 2011 Nature and the environment, themes of dislocation, ecology, and the interaction of humans and animals in the urban landscape influence the works in this exhibition. Jose Arena’s artwork plays on themes of dislocation and disorientation
April 13—May 14, 2011 MACLA’s 13th Annual Latino Art Auction Exhibition presents the very best of contemporary Latino art from the Bay Area and beyond, including works by Pilar Agüero Esparza, Jose Maro Alvarado, Efren Álvarez, Jose Arenas, Linda Arreola, Tessie Barrera-Scharaga, Jesús Barraza, Victor Cartagena, Antonio Castro, Melanie Cervantes, Betty A. Davis, Juan Fuentes,
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