"Home After Dark" Recent Works By Emerging Latino Artists
June 18, 2011-September 17, 2011 "Home After Dark" Recent Works By Emerging Latino Artists Galeria de la Raza 2857 24th Street San Francisco, CA 94110
From Galeria de la Raza: Curated by John Jota Leaños and Carolina Ponce de León - featuring the works of Natalia Anciso, Marylene Camacho, Eduardo Gomez, Roberto Gomez, Crystal Gonzalez, Alex Hernandez, Monique Lopez, Bruna Massadas, Senalka McDonald, Neil Rivas, Abel Rodriguez, and Maria Guadalupe Torres
Galería de la Raza is proud to present "Home After Dark: Recent Works by Emerging Latino Artists." The exhibition features work in all media drawing, video, animation, photography, and installation by a young group of promising artists who are showing their work at the Galería for the first time. Although Home After Dark is not a thematic exhibition, many of the works seem to explore the contradictory relationships between private and public space, personal experience and current events, and utilize delicate, domestic or artisanal practices, like sowing, cutting, and embroidery, while referencing disturbing realities. The exhibition title alludes to those relationships, contrasts, tensions, and negotiations.