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Exhibitions: Here Now: Where We Stand

40th Anniversary of The Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts 2017


Here Now: Where We Stand celebrates the 40th Anniversary of The Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts (MCCLA), founded in San Francisco in 1977 as a result of social struggles for greater equality in the 1960s and 1970s. The exhibition honors this history and MCCLA’s role in providing previously marginalized artists with an alternative space to present their work.

In recognition of this history, Here Now: Where We Stand showcases how art, media, images, and texts may serve as a means of personal and social aesthetic engagement and trans-cultural communication, and as vehicles for historical and contemporary cultural discourses, aimed at an expanded redefinition of "American" art in global dialogue.
curated by: Anthony Torres

Alexandra Blum, Victor Cartagena, René Castro,
Elizabeth Catlett, Giuseppe Dezza, Doyle Foreman,
Art Hazelwood, Oscar Frias, Juan R. Fuentes,
Andrea Gomez, Ester Hernandez, Mildred Howard,
Yolanda Lopez, Gera Lozano, Geri Montano, Jim Nikas,
José Guadalupe Posada, Calixto Robles, Patricia Rodriguez,
Michael Roman, Jos Sances, Marsha Shaw,
Carrie Mae Weems, Marianna Yampolsky, René Yañez,
Berkeley High School Arts and Humanities Academy,
San Francisco Poster Syndicate
and The Great Tortilla Conspiracy

Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts
Main Gallery and Inti-Raymi Gallery
2868 Mission St, San Francisco CA, 94110

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