I present my thesis exhibition Criminalized Aesthetics, June 9 – 11.
On June 10th we are hosting a lowrider and mini-truck show from 11 to 4 in the UCSD Town Square with a small reception for my thesis exhibition Criminalized Aesthetics from 5 to 8 at Structural Materials & Engineering Gallery.
Friday, April 23, 2021 12:00 PM Sunday, May 30, 2021 7:00 AM
San Diego Art Institute 1439 El Prado San Diego, CA, 92101 (map)
Click here to RSVP a time to view Measurements of Progress.
Change is traditionally measured by success. A paper or book has been written and concludes, an artwork completed, a law passed, a position achieved, are all forms of successful change. Success is also subjective based on the morals and values of the individual. But how do you measure something that never succeeds or never ends?
In Measurements of Progress, the graduating students of the 2021 Masters of Fine Arts cohort from the University of California, San Diego, delve into the incremental steps of human progress from a historical, contemporary, and speculative vision. While humans strive for success, it is evident that the human struggle for peace, liberty, and justice is a process, not the end game. The only constant in an ever-changing culture and global perspective is the requirement of creative solutions. This is why the role of art in society has been so important for thousands of years.
Measurements of Progress includes work from graduating Master of Fine Arts students including: Ana c. Andrade (b. 1987, US-MX), Juan Bastardo (b. 1975, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico), Bailey Davenport (b. 1990, St. Louis, Missouri), Thien Hoang Doan (b. 1991, Vietnam), Grace Grothaus (b. 1985, New Orleans, Louisiana), Kirstyn Hom (b. 1990, San Francisco, California), Işık Kaya (b. 1990, Turkey), Oscar Magallanes (b. 1976, Duarte, CA), Carolina Montejo (b. 1981, Bucaramanga, Colombia), Alex Neuman (b. 1993, New York, New York), Alan Skelton (b. 1983, New Orleans, Louisiana), and Lauryn Smith (b. 1996, Harrisville, NY).
15 years in business….we’re closing ChimMaya at the end of November
After much consideration…We’ve decided (Steven & Dan) that we want to take ‘some time off‘, from the day-to-day responsibilities of running and operating our gallery.
It’s been an incredible experience!
We’ve been fortunate to meet, represent, and exhibit so many amazing/talented artists, whose careers are now getting the recognition they deserve and hopefully, have benefited from the exposure our gallery has given them.
We invite you to join us for a not to be missed exhibition @ ChimMaya
Sunday, October 13th | 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm
ChimMaya Resident Artists: Yolanda Gonzalez, Emilia Garcia, Rick Ortega, CiCi Segura Gonzalez, Gennaro Garcia, Julie Zarate, Esau Andrade, German Rubio
Invited Artists: Margaret Garcia, Frank Romero, Magu, Robert Palacios, Christina Ramos, Wayne Healy, David Botello, Emilia Cruz, Erin Currier, Kikki Eder, Bonnie Lambert, David Flury, Steve Leal, Pola Lopez, Jose Lozano, Ixchel Marina, Laura Vasquez Rodriguez, Otto ‘Tito’ Sturcke, Linda Vallejo, Antonio Rael
Thomas Acevedo, Pavel Acevedo, Lalo Alcaraz, Eric Almanza, Anna Alvarado, Francisco Alvarado, David Amoroso, Linda Arreola, Cathy Ashworth, Irene Carranza, Art Carrillo, Nani Chacon, Jamie Chavez, Salvador Correa, Steven Correa, Emily Costello, Monica Gisel Crespo, Pablo Cristi, Victoria Delgadillo, Rafael Delgado jr, Alex Escalante, Ofelia Esparza, John Galan, Crystal Galindo, Luis Garcia, Dolores Haro Gonzalez, Sergio Hernandez, Jeannette Herrera, Ernie Herrera, MJ Lindo, Lauretta Lowell, Ernie Lucero, Oscar Magallanes, Maja, Brandon Maldonado, Isabel Martinez, Manuel ‘Manny’ Martinez, Mer Young, Michelle Taylor, MRBBABY, Carlos Nieto III, Francisco Palomares, Nikki Garcia Poling, Jake Prendez, Rafa, Ramon Ramirez, Chuy c/s, Joe Ray, Barbara Rivera, Lucy Rivera, Eugene Rodriguez, Sheila Rodriguez, Sonia Romero, Laura Salas, Niki J Sands, Carmine Santaniello, Darlene Saucedo, Joey Terrill, The Dead Beatnik, Luis Tinoco, Paul Torres, Peter Tovar, Roger Trivinos, Suzanne Urquiza, Vakseen, Ruben Zavala, John Zender, Raul Pizzaro, Maria Croucier
At this date, we’re still confirming artists who will be participating in ‘Arte Para La Gente’, and those names will be added once they’re confirmed.
Antonio Pelayo invites you to experience the Day of the Dead event EL VELORIO, celebrating its 10 Year anniversary
Largest DOD Art Show ever assembled, Concert, Car Show, Face Painting, Live Art, Screenings, Fashion Show, Food, Drinks
•Special Carlos Almaraz documentary screening ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
•MAIN STAGE: Hosted by Gazoo Olmeda Headlining: LOS MASTER PLUS Subsuelo Mariachi Los Reyes Folklor Pasion Mexicana Aztec Dancers With a few special surprise performances!
•BACKSTAGE: Hosted by Calipso & Mauricio Ahued DJ ChrisRox No Where Fast band Myk Mansun Player WON
Day of the Dead attire is highly encouraged!!!
Art Show curated by Shana Nys Dambrot & Antonio Pelayo,
Artists: Abraham H Romero, Adam Bars, Albert Acosta, Alfie Numeric, Alex Garcia, Annie Terrazzo, Angela McCluskey, Amy Kaps, Bettina Hubby, Bunnie Reiss, Cesar Aldana, Chandy Mendez, Christine De Aro, Claudia Khandenwe, David Arquette, Danny Galieote, Deadmundo, El Sid Emmiric Konrad, Esmeralda Ezz, Francisco Palomares, Freddy Robles, Gabriel Prieto, George Yepes, Germizm, Gregory Siff, Heaven One, Isaac Pelayo, Jeff Hamilton, Joe Tate, Jza Figueroa, Kent Gordon, La Morena, Laurie Palomino, Lauren Mariscal, Leonard Greco, Luis Islas, Lourdez Amezqua, Maria Kane, Man One, Maldita Bruja, Malo, Mayan Gil, Mario Alberto, Mark Steven Greenfield, Martin Durazo, Ney Blak, Nellie Beatty, Laurie Lipton, Linda Vallejo, Oscar Magallanes, Pablo Damas, Rick Robledo, Risk, Rob Guadarrama, Saber, Steven Ortiz, Sofia Pereyra, Sylvia Ji, Tatevic Pelayo, Todd Carpenter, Victor Wilde, Vyal, Willie T, Yesenia Calvillo, Viralboa, Zach Oldenkamp, Zoro Rodriguez
Opening at the California Museum’s Día de los Muertos Fiesta on Fri., Oct. 11, “El Arte de las Almas: Día de los Muertos 2019” (“The Art of Souls: Day of the Dead 2019”) is a new exhibit featuring original art and contemporary altar installations by California artists including Oscar Magallanes, John S. Huerta and Raul Mejia.
A journey through life, love and death, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by displaying calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern-day Mexico and California.
Members of the public are also invited to remember a lost loved one in the exhibit’s Community Altar.