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Opening Reception: multiples

Opening Reception: multiples


March 11 – May 20, 2016

Galería Guadalupe (723 S. Brazos St.).

Opening reception Friday, March 11 from 6:00 – 9:00 pm

A showcase of multiple participating guest curatorial endeavors, multiples highlights the contemporary nuance and multiplicity of art/ist that exist within our diverse city of San Antonio and surrounding areas. “We’re excited to be hosting so many talented artists under one roof,” said Mark Anthony Martinez, Guadalupe director of visual arts. “Each participating group seeks to shed new light on a unique aspect of how identity operates within the visual arts.” The showcase features the vision of the following organizations: GAGA (Gentileschi Aegis Gallery Association), 3rd Space Art Gallery, Color of Blind, and independent artist curators Mari Hernandez and Kristin Gamez. In all, over 70 artists will be included in the showcase.

Free and open to the public!

Participating groups:

Gentileschi Aegis Gallery Association
Exhibition Title: Honoring Women
“Honoring Women” celebrates the fearless women who have influenced cultures throughout the world from ancient times to the present. The show is presented this March during Women’s History Month by GAGA (Gentileschi Aegis Gallery Association), an all women’s artist group from South Texas.
Sally Astleford
Ligia Bedenkop
Lyn Belisle
Lisa Mara Bell
Sylvia Benitez
Marika Bordes
Lisa Brown
Roberta Buckles
Sallie Stanley Carter
Louise Craig
Sharyn Dacbert
Chelle Delaney
Beatriz Fedele
Barbara Felix
Priscilla Ferguson
Carolina Flores
Lesta Frank
Sandy Freeman
Carole Greer
Elizabeth Harris
Betty Jameson
Bonnie Kirkley
Carol Koutnik
Virginia Lukefahr
M. Guadalupe Marmolejo
Diane Masuda
Trina Mattox
Loretta Medellin
Susan Michael
Ana Montoya
Desiree Morales
Maggie Morawietz
Mary Morton
Thelma Muraida
Mary Overstreet
Elizabeth Payne
Jennifer Polnazsek
Terry Gay Puckett
Mahalah Rood
Mary Runner
Kari Roberts-Sackmann
Bibi Saidi
Laura D. Shultz
Marilyn Sherer
Donna Simon
Stefani Job Spears
M. Margaret Stewart
Carla Veliz
Leslie Williams

Curators: Kristin Gamez & Mari Hernandez
Exhibition Title: Novela: Arte y Drama
Novela: Arte y Drama is inspired by the Spanish telenovela, a serieal daytime television show of short duration. Telenovelas often focus on themes of conflict, drama and hyper-emotional situations that mimic real life. In some instances novelas are used to communicate socio-cultural circumstances and messages. Influenced by novelas and punctuated by fleeting anxieties, the work presented in Arte y Drama parallels real life occurrences and via exaggeration, can be experienced as a form of self-parody.
Ruth Buentello
Sarah Castillo
Isabel Ann Castro
Ana Fernandez
Kristin Gamez
Mari Hernandez
Arlene Mejorado
Ashley Mireles
Michael Martinez
Regina Morales

3rd Space Art Gallery
Curator: Sabra Booth
Exhibition Title: Walking on the Moon
3rd Space Art Gallery presents at the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center – Walking On The Mood: Conversations about changes: location, movement and consequence. “Giant steps are what you take…” Featuring: Sabra Booth, Kimberly Garza Campbell, Jose Cardenas, Jose Cosme, Howard Crunk, Adriana Gallego, Luis M. Garza, Lucy Helton, Farad Ibrahimovic, Sue & Mark Peavy, Polina Novozhenets, Michael Witzel.
Kimberly Garza Campbell
Jose Cardenas
Jose Cosme
Howard Crunk
Adrianna Gallego
Luis Garza
Lucy Helton
Farad Ibrahimovic
Mark & Sue Peavy
Polina Novozhenets
Michael Witzel

Curator: Color of Blind

Curator/Artist: LA Vatocosmico
My objective in regards to my “Chicano Pop Arte” culture entails in essence a social and political consciousness engaging the mental and spiritual genies. My arte is eccentric satire with a mixture of cosmic fusion. In reality I’m not your typical traditional artist. Some Burros Cosmicos described my visual arte as being hysterical pop avant-garde. I simply stimulated myself into a trance of experimental visualization. This is why I have profundity in dealing with my cosmic Chicano roots.

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