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.


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.


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

Current Exhibition ~ Typefaces: Caras de La Misión

Curator/Artist: Samuel Rodríguez
Displays: June 3, 2017 – July 28, 2017

Caras de La Misión, by South Bay-based visual artist and graphic designer Samuel Rodriguez, depicts the unique cultural landscape of the Mission District via observations of people, their distinctive features and their surrounding environment.

The exhibit is part of an ongoing portrait series by Rodríguez titled “Typefaces,” which examines social and cultural hybridity through sampling and remixing visual cues that we use to process identity in faces, typography, fashion, and architecture.

Caras de La Misión includes familiar neighborhood faces—both past and present—with tones reminiscent of the ‘80s and ‘90s-era Bay Area, and is dedicated to the resilient community of the Mission District. At a time of rapid gentrification and displacement, Caras de La Misión helps to forge a cultural bridge across the Bay Area, establishing a creative dialog between Latino communities in San Francisco.

See the official price list HERE

About the Artist :

Samuel Rodriguez is an an artist based out of of San José, California. He was self-taught through graffiti until he decided to expand his studies and obtained a BFA from California College of the Arts. Since then he has blended his experience as a street artist with his formal training to create his unique artistic style. His work has been showcased in numerous public spaces, museums, companies, galleries, on the internet and various editorial media.


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Previous Exhibitions

Sacred Waters, City Streets: The Art of Juana Alicia

Solo show by Juana Alicia / Displayed: April 15, 2017 – May 26, 2017

Creation & Resistance: Printmaking in Dark Times

Group show curated by Juan R. Fuentes & Art Hazelwood / March 24, 2017 – April 7, 2017

4th Annual Latino/a Life Photo Exhibit

Group show curated by Mabel Jiménez / Displayed January 14, 2017 – February 24, 2017

More exhibitions