Acción Latina‘s community art gallery.

Seeking to provide a platform for artists whose work depicts the nuances of Latino life locally, nationally and internationally.

Located at 2958 24th Street, San Francisco, in the heart of the city’s Latino Cultural District.

Exhibit

Are you an artist or a curator who wants to hang an exhibit in our gallery? Review guidelines for the gallery application process, and apply here.

Get Involved

We are a nonprofit gallery that relies heavily on the work of interns and volunteers. We offer a several types of internships which can be viewed here.

Donate

The Juan R. Fuentes Gallery is operated by Acción Latina, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization . All donations are tax deductible. DONATE HERE

Currently on display:

Ted Pushinsky has been taking pictures in the streets of San Francisco since he moved to the city in the late 1960s. He’s been called the “elder statesman” of San Francisco street photography and his work as part of the Hamburger Eyes photo collective has helped inspire a street-photography renaissance in the early 2000s.

Pushinsky’s show is a collection of his work—primarily photos of The Mission District—over the last 30 years. San Francisco and the Mission District, in particular, have changed a great deal and Ted has documented every stage of that transition. We are truly honored to host Ted in his first solo retrospective gallery exhibition in the Mission District.

Previous Exhibitions

Oda A La Muerte: A Printmaking Exhibition

Group show curated by Veronica Solis / Displayed Oct. 14, 2017 – Nov. 29, 2017

Back in the Day: A Collective Memory of 24th Street

Group show curated by Linda G. Wilson & Cindy De Losa / Displayed Aug. 12, 2017 – Sept. 28, 2017

Typefaces: Caras de La Misión

Solo show by Samuel Rodríguez / Displayed June 3, 2017 – July 28, 2017

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