ccdAvid readers will recall a lil group exhibit extravaganza and book I was a part of along with a number of esteemed photographers in DC earlier this year. Now, LA friends may witness the joy at molaa, the Museum of Latin American Art. Please see below for an invitation to the opening reception, go, enjoy, and critique. As they used to say: discuss. Please. See below for more details. Please note, reservations, and $10 donation required for non-members.
Opening: Saturday Oct. 5 at 7 pm – 10. molaa 628 Alamitos Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90802
I’m in a group exhibit with a bunch of good folks at the University of Mary Washington’s lovely Ridderhof Martin Gallery opening on Thursday September 5, if you happen to be in Fredericksburg, VA, which I do highly recommend. V. dog friendly, nice downtown, lots of antiquing.
Lecture in conjunction with Converging Cultures: Works by Latino Artists
“On Identity in the Arts: What it Means to be ‘Latino’”
F. Lennox Campello, independent artist and art critic
2 PM, Sunday, September 29, 2013
Ridderhof Martin Gallery
Artist and art critic F. Lennox Campello delivers an illustrated and sometimes irreverent discussion on the history and evolution of the Latino ethnic label while raising important questions on the issue.
I will have two images from Cholita in the exhibit and will be attending the Sunday lecture. More info available here.
Exhibiting Artists are: