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DTLA: works from Latin America

1206 Maple Ave, #1005
90015 Los Angeles
CA
US
October 7th, 2017 - November 18th, 2017

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.track16.com
EMAIL:  
seanm@track16.com
PHONE:  
310-815-8080
OPEN HOURS:  
Wed-Sat 12-6pm
COST:  
Free

DESCRIPTION

Track 16 Gallery is pleased to announce our move to downtown Los Angeles. Our new home in the Bendix Building is in the heart of the Garment District just off Santee Alley.

The Pacific Standard Time LA-LA series has engulfed the Southern California art world this Fall. The Getty organized exhibitions challenge us to expand our view of the world by narrowing our focus on Latin American and Chicano art. For Track 16’s inaugural DTLA exhibit we are focusing on the Latin American artists who changed how we see the world.

We are located on the 10th floor of the Bendix Building. There is street parking and paid parking in the building. The entrance is on 12th Street. If you come by bike, you're welcome to bring it upstairs and well valet it in the gallery.

Artists in the exhibition include:

Pedro Álvarez Castelló — Cuba
Saidel Brito — Cuba
Fernando Bryce — Peru
Luis Nicolás Camargo — Colombia
Monica Castillo — Mexico
Milagros de la Torre — Peru
Carlos Gallardo — Chile
Pablo Helguera — Mexico
Henry Eric Hernandez — Cuba
Cisco Jimenez — Mexico
Mondongo — Argentina
Rubén Ortiz-Torres — Mexico / U.S.
Nadín Ospina — Colombia
Douglas Perez Castro — Cuba
Antonio Seguí — Argentina
Luis Miguel Suro — Mexico

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