Fresh Coconauts til mid-July

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Anabelle Rodriguez, Taller Puertorriqueno’s Visual Arts Curator, wrote me to say they have extended Adal Maldonado’s show “Coconauts in Space” until the middle of July. Yeah! [see posts here and here for more on that show, which I highly recommend]

Rodriguez is tambien muy excited about their next show, featuring Chicano art. It’s a show she curated, called Visiones from Post Modern Aztlán and it opens July 30. There will be a round-table discussion on July 31 and the show runs through October.

The exhibit of paintings, prints and installations by local and non-local artists includes forty prints from Self-Help Graphics (East LA) and Coronado Studio (Austin, TX) and work by locals Brujo de la Mancha, Cesar Viveros, Rocio Levito and “Chicana Cascarones Easter Queen Marta Sánchez,” says Rodriguez. (image is print from Coronado Studios, “Se Cree Cheerleader” by Juan A. Farias)

PS, they have a great show of Taíno art and archaeology to follow, says Rodriguez. (Taino means the indiginous people of Puerto Rico.)

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