December 3 - 23, 2022
From Motherling Gallery:
“Regardless of where in this country our families have planted roots there are clear cultural markers that our Latine communities have made. Whether it be street art, paisano cultura, cholo/a culture, street corner markets or bodegas, street vendors, the list goes on. These similarities seen in cities throughout the U.S. create a sense of a larger community for Latinx artists. Oftentimes, a viewer may come into contact with art made in a city that is not their hometown, yet the viewer is still reminded of their own neighborhood, friends, families and surroundings.
“L.A. to San Anto” brings together a diverse group of artists that highlight the vast similarities within the Latinx art community. These similarities bring with them a feeling of home, familiarity and comfort. The artist’s bring these feelings to the surface all while highlighting their own variances in themes and art practices. This exhibition is meant to hone in on the impact our presence has made within the communities we call home, and how these impacts spread beyond each individual city, actually creating a larger network of comunidad throughout the country.
Featuring: Gali Gonzalez, Kayla Matta, Rubén Luna, Isabel Ann Castro, Gemini Vato, José Villalobos, Ashleigh Valentine, Suzy González, Josh Vasquez, Mark Anthony Hocutt, Jacqueline Valenzuela, Jesse Jaramillo, Kiara Aileen Machado, Edgar Martinez, Elizabeth Munzon, Eduardo Viramontes”
Reception: December 3, 2022 | 6–10 pm
San Antonio, 78210 TexasGet directions