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Sergio de la Torre

20110501163217-judi_werthein_-_brinco_2005 Crossings   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Alberto Borea, Monika Bravo, Tania Candiani, caraballo-farman, Sergio de la Torre, Ricardo Gonzalez, Teresa Margolles, Tom McGrath, Irvin Morazan, Richard Mosse, Alex Rivera, Blane De St. Croix, Javier Tellez, Patricia A. Valencia, Ishmael Randall Weeks, Judi Werthein, M & X at La MaMa La Galleria April 21st, 2011 - May 22nd, 2011
Posted 5/1/11

The U.S./Mexican border, as much as it is a physical structure, is also an active force dividing, not just two nations, but socio-political and economic identities. At least this contention provides much of the impetus behind Tracing the Unseen Boarder, a group show now at La MaMa La Galleria. Centering its lens around the all too visualized, but rarely seen border that structures the lives of countless people, the exhibit provides a penetrating contemplation on the pervasive but rarely spoken c... [more]

2245895908_a7ca65d0a9 Chinatown storefront satellite installations   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Tamara Albaitis, Nancy Chan, Anita Wen-Shin Chang, Julie Chang, Thomas Chang, Sergio de la Torre, Cui Fei, Khiang H. Hei, Justin Hoover, Bu Hua, Arthur Huang, Suzanne Husky, Larry Lee, Sean Marc Lee, Liting Liang, Lucy Kalyani Lin, Ken Lo, Fang Lu, Maleonn, David Yun & Michelle Yun, Elizabeth Moy, Ming Mur-Ray, Tucker Nichols, Nadim Sabella, Zachary Royer Scholz, Indigo Som, Charlene Tan, Patrick Tsai, Imin Yeh, Xudong Yu at Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco May 1st, 2009 - August 23rd, 2009
Posted 6/8/09

Chinatown is a flurry of storefronts and enterprising hawkers selling imported goods out of the box, right there on the sidewalk. As a satellite of the exhibition, Present TENSE Biennial – Chinese Character-, presented by the Chinese Culture Center on Kearny Street, nine storefront windows facing the bustling streets of Chinatown contain artist installations.  The installations themselves are curious— Imin Yeh’s random household objects wrapped in patterned cloth, which quietly comments... [more]

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