Curated by David Avalos, Artist and Professor of Visual Arts at California State University San Marcos.
October 10 – November 11, 2015
Día de los Muertos announces itself with luxuriant images and unforgettable icons. Local, regional, traditional, and non-traditional artists share the exuberance of the holiday while contemplating how memory can reintegrate lost members of families and communities.
Artists in the exhibition: Tanya Aguiñiga, Adrián Arancíbia Jr., David Avalos, Doris Bittar, Barbara Carrasco, Cesar Castañeda, Isaias Crow, Einar and Jamex de la Torre, Jesus Dominguez, Maria Teresa Fernandez, Isabel Galindo, Ned Imming, Carmen Kalo, Aztleca Leon, the Linares Family, Daniel F. Martinez, José Montoya, Leslie Nemour, Anna O’Cain, Victor Ochoa, robyko, Guillermo ³Cuez² Kuezpallin Rodriguez, Sandy Rodriguez, Andrea Rushing, Roberto Salas, Barbara Sexton, Hector Villegas, and Susan Yamagata
View pictures from our opening reception HERE
Día de los Ancestros: Honoring Ancestors in the 21st Century
Regina Marchi of Rutgers University, Bonnie Bade of California State University San Marcos, Gloria Pindi of California State University San Marcos, and artist, Guillermo “Cuez” Kuezpallin Rodriguez, discuss the contemporary practice and traditional roots of Día de los Muertos around the globe.