Author: Lauren Moya Ford

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Ricky Yanas: Out of the Archive

  Ricky Yanas’ works in Historical Present, on view at the UT Austin’s John L. Warfield Center for African and African American Studies, re-presents the […]

Ricky Yanas: Out of the Archive

Mexico City…por primera vez

Mexico City…for the first time. While I didn’t party as hard as this guy, I did find myself in a place even more amazing than […]

A tlacuya, y’all. Don’t forget to eat one every chance you get.

Exploring Latino Identities: Adriana Cristina Corral

The Exploring Latino Identities series examines issues in Latino/Latin American contemporary art through interviews with artists, art historians, and others. In today’s installment, San Antonio […]

Campo Algodon, Cuidad Juarez, 21 de Febrero del 2007, 2011 site-­‐specific installation, rubbings of court documents (classified documents used in Human Rights International courts in Chile, defending the victims), acetone, site-specific installation, detail.

Exploring Latino Identities: Ivan LOZANO

The Exploring Latino Identities series examines issues in Latino/Latin American contemporary art through interviews with artists, art historians, and others. In today’s installment, Chicago-based multimedia […]

Exploring Latino Identities: Ivan LOZANO

Exploring Latino Identities: Tatiana Reinoza

The Exploring Latino Identities series examines issues in Latino/Latin American contemporary art through interviews with artists, art historians, and others. In today’s installment, University of […]

Quintin Gonzalez, Chicano 15, 2008, screenprint, 16 x 22 inches. Image courtesy of Serie Project.

Exploring Latino Identities: Michael Wellen

The Exploring Latino Identities series examines issues in Latino/Latin American contemporary art through interviews with artists, art historians, and others. In today’s installment, Michael Wellen, […]

Antonio Berni, La sordidez de la serie Monstruos cósmicos (Sordidness from the series Cosmic Monsters), c. 1964, wood, steel, iron, aluminum, cardboard, plastic, roots, nails, and enamel, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, gift of the Caroline Wiess Law Foundation, 2004.1536; © José Antonio Berni

Exploring Latino Identities: Alma Leiva

The Exploring Latino Identities series examines issues in Latino/Latin American contemporary art through interviews with artists, art historians, and others. In today’s installment, Miami-NYC based […]

Exploring Latino Identities: Alma Leiva

Exploring Latino Identities: Rose G. Salseda

The Exploring Latino Identities series examines issues in Latino/Latin American contemporary art through interviews with artists, art historians, and others. In this installment, University of […]

Exploring Latino Identities: Rose G. Salseda

Exploring Latino Identities: Gabriel Martinez

The Exploring Latino Identities series examines issues in Latino/Latin American contemporary art through interviews with artists, art historians, and others. In today’s installment, Houston artist […]

Exploring Latino Identities: Gabriel Martinez

Exploring Latino Identities: Dr. Rex Koontz

The Exploring Latino Identities series examines issues in Latino/Latin American contemporary art through interviews with artists, art historians, and others. In this installment, Dr. Rex […]

Lienzo de Tlaxcala, 1560: Meeting of Cortés, Malintzin, and Tlaxcalan noble

Exploring Latino Identities: Carlos Rosales-Silva

The Exploring Latino Identities series examines issues in Latino/Latin American contemporary art through interviews with artists, art historians, and others. In today’s installment, multimedia artist, […]

Trap, 2013