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ON EXHIBIT: Where The United Nations Used To Be
2698 Folsom Street
San Francisco, California 94110


January 16th, 2012 - February 11th, 2012
Opening: 
February 2nd, 2012 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 
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ON EXHIBIT:  January 8- February 19, 2012

The Red Poppy Art House-- 2698 Folsom St., San Francisco, CA

Contact: Marisa Aragona, Director of Exhibitions, marisa@redpoppyarthouse.org

 

Where The United Nations Used To Be

Curated by Caleb Duarte and Mia Eve Rollow

Artists’ Reception, Thursday February 2nd, 6-9pm

 

The Red Poppy Art House is pleased to present, Where The United Nations Used To Be, curated by Caleb Duarte and Mia Eve Rollow, co-founders of EDELO, the Poppy’s sister Art House in San Cristobal De Las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico.

Where The United Nations Used To Be, highlights twenty artists, collectives and performative events that have taken part in the art and artist residency program of EDELO. These works represent both local and international artists, activists, inventors, paramedics, self taught architects, energy workers, shoe shiners, dancers, fire dancers, political prisoners, Zapatista painters, farmers, and art presenters. It reflects the diversity in practices of the EDELO project; from Rigo, 23, and his Autonomous Space Program in collaboration with Zapatista communities, (to be exhibited at the Red Cat Museum in Los Angeles California in April of 2012) to public intervention like (BOLEROS) a group of shoe shinning children of the center plazas of San Cristobal de Las Casas.

The Red Poppy Art House and EDELO wish to create an inter-communal exchange forum of diverse practices from all areas of the planet - where individuals from various walks of life exchange thoughts and actions as gifts.  With this exhibition, we hope to share the many experiences of art from outside Western traditions and the defined disciplines of art production.

Artists:

Kaity Yamasaki – Brooklyn New York

Abram Alvares – Caracol de Morelia, Chiapas MX

Clementina Brindacier - Yverdon, Vaud, Switzerland

Veronica Gomez Lopez – San Cristobal De Las Casas, Chiapas MX

Todd T Brown – San Francisco CA

Jason Welsh – San Francisco CA

Juan Carlos Quintana – Oakland CA

Carlos Ricafort – Hayward CA

Brenda Obregon – Tuxla Guitierez, Chiapas MX

Merche Bautista – Madrid Spain

Franscico Hildalgo Diaz – San Cristobal De Las Casas Chiapas MX

Juan Carlos Hildalgo Diaz – San Cristobal De Las Casas, Chiapas MX

Xun Gallo – San Juan Chamula, Chiapas MX

Judy Stone – Washington DC

RIGO 23 – San Francisco CA

 

COLECTIVES and Performances:

Salsa Descalza – Carmen Ruiz – Bogota Colombia

Casa Feliz – Miguel Hildalgo Diaz – San Cristobal De Las Casas, Chipas MX

Prisioneros Politicos – Casa EDELO y La Otra Campana

Boleros – Casa EDELO

El Ambo Bajo – La Otra Campana con Casa EDELO

Sesión de Dibujo – Casa EDELO


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