Archive for the ‘Group Shows’ category

Koplin Del Rio Gallery

New Work by Einar and Jamex de la Torre, Harry Gamboa Jr., Shizu Saldamando and John Valadez Five Latino artists that come from different generations, geographic conditions and cultural influences, but all with one thing in common; a commitment to artistically explore cultural artifacts that signify identity. These artifacts can be anonymous remnants from second-hand […]

Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego

The Very Large Array aims to rethink the parameters and very shape of a permanent collection show, making an unusually large portion of the collection visible and accessible. Featuring more than one hundred artists and representing five decades of collecting, this expansive exhibition of Museum acquisitions highlights many of the...

Laguna Art Museum

Juxtapoz Magazine In the Land of Retinal Delights: The Juxtapoz Factor was an exhibition that presented the work of 150 artists and posited that there has been a huge, but unacknowledged art movement taking place in this country for the last 40 years. Since 1994, this ground swelling of lowbrow,...

Weatherspoon Art Museum

The term “Latin American,” is far from homogenous: It moves across and beyond borders that are geographical, social, cultural, and aesthetic TRANSactions: Contemporary Latin American and Latino Art is the most extensive and significant exhibition of this material ever presented in North Carolina. It is also the first to look...

Craft In America

Glass - Fantastic forms and breathtaking details Jamex de la Torre (b. 1960, Guadalajara, Mexico) is a sculptor who primarily works in glass with his brother, Einar de la Torre (b. 1963 in Guadalajara, Mexico). The brothers moved to California in 1972 and graduated from California State University Long Beach....

Heard Museum

De La Torre Brothers incorporate bicultural icons into their work which expresses the migratory experience and life in a border region Holy Land: Diaspora and the Desert at the Heard Museum, launches a new chapter of visual ideas in the museums long history with an exhibit of international import. Eight…