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Amanda Watkins "Cholombianos"
Amanda Watkins is a British photographer and fashion designer documenting and exploring the aesthetic and social interaction of the "Cholombianos," a new Mexican scene that's been growing in the north of Mexico with a very particular visual and dress code. In Amanda's pictures we can see the appropriation of American hip-hop attire, unique haircuts and the syncretism between cumbia music, religious symbols like the Virgin of Guadalupe and old school Cholo calligraphy.July 27, 2016
Apolo Cacho "The Eternal Mexican Repression"
Mexico City-based fine artist Apolo Cacho just opened his first Museum solo show at the Instituto de Artes Gráficas de Oaxaca, founded by Francisco Toledo. The Museum harbors one of he most important graphic arts collection in Latin America.July 22, 2016
Gabriel Dawe: In Rainbows
Dallas-based artist Gabriel Dawe does not settle for doing things the easy way. His ambitious, site-specific Plexus installations elevate multiple mediums, primarily fiber and sculpture, into very lofty territory, often literally. The labor alone is formidable, demanding patience and precision in transforming raw material into sculpture, all the while adhering to the structure and contours a space demands.June 06, 2016
Season 8 of ART21 Featuring Nick Cave, Chris Ware, and more
Featured artists include: Natalia Almada, Edgar Arceneaux, Nick Cave, Minerva Cuevas, Stan Douglas, Theaster Gates, Brian Jungen, Barbara Kasten, Liz Larner, Liz Magor, Tala Madani, Damian Ortega, Pedro Reyes, Diana Thater, Jeff Wall, and Chris Ware.May 27, 2016
Floria González “Postparto I y II”
Floria González is a conceptual artist born in Monterrey, Mexico, who studied photography and video art in San Antonio, TX, and Mexico City. Her last series of images “Postparto I y II” is a reflexive set of pieces about her recent motherhood and how and the impact in her life.May 05, 2016
GLeo, the new promise of Latin American street art
One of the most proposing and freshest names in the Latin American street art, is GLeo, a Colombian young artist, born and raised in Cali, who express her identity and vision of global issues in colorful illustrations, oil painting and massive murals around South America and now days in capitals cities of street art, like Barcelona and Mexico City. Definitely a great promise of this discipline, how with her work is trying to be a reality.April 14, 2016