A Blend of Paint & Culture

Neo-Latino

 

Upcoming Art Exhibition: The County College of Morris Visual Arts Gallery, November 24, 2014 – January 30, 2015. Reception will take place Wednesday, December 3rd, 5:30 – 8:00 pm.

Participating artists: Josephine Barreiro, Olga Bautista, Monica S. Camin, Christine Deveraux, Nicola Stewart Fonseca, Ricardo Fonseca, Alexis Mendoza, Fermin Mendoza, Lisette Morel, Angelica Munoz Castano, Gabriel Navar, Isabel Nazario, Julio Nazario, Jose Rodeiro, Sergio Villamizar, Raul Villareal

“Art historically, Neo-Latinoism stands as the 21st Century’s first Hispanic art movement.  Thanks to Villarreal’s enlightened revival of Neo-Latinoism, the possibility of an artistic community linked by cultural solidarity is growing. Under Villarreal’s curatorial leadership, the second wave of the Neo-Latino art movement is being launched in winter 2014-2015 within County College of Morris’s new CCM Art Gallery, featuring cutting-edge images of social significance, imaginative visions, and strong visual vitality that are both archetypal and intrinsic to contemporary Latino community(ies) in the metropolitan area.”

Dr. Jose Rodeiro

http://ragazine.cc/short-takes/

 

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Richmond Art Center

Richmond Art Center

The Richmond Art Center book is a catalogue featuring artist and their works who have exhibited in The Richmond Art Center to celebrate its 75th anniversary (1936 – 2011).

I am honored to have been included, especially since I was fortunate to have been invited to have a solo show in this historic space in 2001. Anthony Pinata, a dear friend of mine and fellow artist, was the brainchild behind this poignant and important endeavor.

http://www.blurb.com/b/5728622-richmond-art-center

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