Oda a nuestro Barrio

Sábado, 1 de septiembre • 5pm – 9pm
Galería Juan R. Fuentes de Acción Latina
2958 24th Street, San Francisco

Con música de Los Compas y DJ Ras Rican

Las artistas emergentes basadas en La Misión, Natalie Alemán y Jasmin Cañas, se unen para presentar una selección vibrante de pinturas y fotos que muestran las personas, lugares y sabores que definen la cultura única del Distrito de la Misión. Oda a nuestro Barrio abarca pinturas de paisajes culturales, retratos, viñetas fotográficas y observaciones de personas, sus características distintivas y su ambiente.

La exposición se enfoca en cada una de las artesanías respectivas de los artistas, con obras que examinan sus raíces centroamericanas e incluyen tanto las caras del barrio como la arquitectura del pasado y del presente. En sus retratos, la virtuosa Jasmin Cañas pinta todos los matices de un encuentro cara a cara con un vecino. Con su fotografía, Natalie Alemán coloca al espectador en los escalones de la niñez o en el asiento del pasajero de un Chevy del 57. Es un testimonio de la hermosa fortaleza de la Misión y su gente.

Oda a Nuestro Barrio se extenderá hasta el 30 de octubre de 2018. El horario de la galería es de martes a viernes a las 11 a.m. a 5 p.m. Para más información sobre la recepción de apertura, visite la página del evento en Facebook.

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