Work and Progress

October 1, 2014

Cajitas y Recuerdos: Cigar-Box Shrines Exhibition at Ave 50 Oct. 11th 2014

Filed under: 2.The Studio Experience, 5. Exhibitions 2010 — Work and Progress @ 7:21 am

Wrestler Shrine AVE50

 

AVE 50 STUDIOS PRESENTS:

Cajitas y Recuerdos: Cigar Box Shrines (Little Boxes and Memories) will commemorate the long-held tradition of the Day of the Dead through a show devoted entirely to cigar-box shrines. Our theme is purposely broad; the work from our artists explore pertinent social, political, personal and/or spiritual concepts through a cigar-box shrine.

Opening Night Reception: Saturday, October 11, 2014 from 7-10 pm

October 11 through November 2, 2014

“Dia de los Muertos” is traditionally a day in which friends and family in México, Central America, and the diaspora celebrate the memories of loved ones who have passed. Altars and shrines have been a primary vehicle for the celebration of this long-held tradition. As part of our annual Dia de los Muertos exhibit, Avenue 50 Studio has purposely invited artists from different national, regional, and ethnic backgrounds and various aesthetic approaches, to communicate what is important to their world as they see it.

Participating Artist:

Alfonso Aceves • Steven Amado • Ron Baca • Tanya L Bernard • Adriana Carranza • Jose Chavez • Aaron Donovan • Ofelia Esparza • Ricardo Flores • Emilia Garcia • Cidne Hart • Sergio Teran • Sonia Hernandez • Tory Lin • Alvaro D. Marquez • Ofelia Marquez • Victoria Plata • Ricardo Reyes • Margaret Sosa • John Tallacksen • Angel Villanueva

Avenue 50 Studio | 131 N. Avenue 50 Highland Park 90042
www.avenue50studio.org

 

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