whitehot | April 2008, Opening April 18th 2008 Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts
Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts (MCCLA) presents exhibition:
“The Question is Known: (W)here is Latin American/Latino Art?”
Guest curated by Anthony Torres
April 18 - May 24, 2008
WHAT: Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts (MCCLA) presents the exhibition “The Question is Known: (W)here is Latin American/Latino Art?”
WHO: The exhibition, curated by Anthony Torres, features works by Vicente Antonorsi • Adrián Arias • José Bedia • Claudia Bernardi • Luis Camnitzer • Victor Cartagena • Rolando Castellón • Enrique Chagoya • Ana de la Cueva • Lewis deSoto • Miguel Farias • Juan Fuentes • Rupert Garcia • Manuel A. Gomez • Matt Gonzalez • Luis Gutierrez • Sylvia Ji • Rob Keller • Geraldine Lozano • Manuel Lucero • James Luna • Manuel Neri • Bernardo Roman Palau • Liliana Porter • Gustavo Ramos Rivera • Clare Rojas • Claudio Roncoli • Raymond Saunders • Robin Savinar • Nahum Zenil
WHERE: Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, 2868 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94110 (MCCLA is ½ block from the 24th Street BART Station, and is wheelchair accessible.)
WHEN: April 18 - May 24, 2008; Gallery hours Tues.-Sat. 10am - 5pm
Reception – Friday April 18, 7-10 pm (Reception – $5)
HOW MUCH: Gallery admission – $2
INFO: (415) 821-1155, MissionCulturalCenter.org
MORE: A related symposium on “The Question is Known: (W)here is Latin American/Latino Art?” takes place on Saturday, April 19, 10am-3:30pm, at San Francisco Art Institute (800 Chestnut St., San Francisco). Symposium participants are art historian Gerardo Mosquera, Adjunct Curator, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York; Alma Ruiz, Curator, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; Judith Bettleheim, Professor of Art History, San Francisco State University; artist and human rights activist Claudia Bernardi; and Hou Hanru, Director, Museum Studies Program, San Francisco Art Institute. Organized and moderated by Anthony Torres, Independent curator and art critic. For more information visit
www.sfai.edu/page.aspx?page=281&navID=579§ionID=4 or www.MissionCulturalCenter.org.
Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts (MCCLA) was established in 1977 by artists and community activists with a shared vision to promote, preserve and develop the Latino cultural arts that reflect the living tradition and experiences of the Chicano, South American, and Caribbean people.
Noah Becker: Editor-in-Chief