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

Gallery Hours: Monday-Friday, 10 AM – 5 PM

Currently on display:

The 90s Matter in The Mission by Yano Rivera

Celebrate over five decades of bilingual journalism in service of the Bay Area’s Latinx community with live music, dancing, and a silent art auction!  

In his debut exhibition, “The 90s Matter in The Mission” by Yano Rivera, he uses the archive of El Tecolote as source material to recreate articles from the 1990s as present-day comics. Rivera is not only preserving and reimagining the past but also addressing important social issues.El Tecolote’s historical role in addressing issues such as lead poisoning, gun violence, and racist ideologies like Proposition 187 in the Mission neighborhood still ring true today. The artist asks, “How do you make an archive and make it sing? Make it dance, make it perform?” 

On view from October 14, 2023 – January 26, 2024

Previous Exhibitions

Cómplices en la Resistencia: El Tecolote’s 6th Annual Exhibition

Multidisciplinary group exhibition, curated by Natasha Kohli / Displayed December 14, 2019 – January 10, 2020


Mixed media group exhibition, curated by Josué Rojas & Fatima Ramirez / Displayed September 20, 2019 – November 8, 2019

Livin’ for the City: A Father & Son Paint the Streets of San Francisco

Mixed media exhibition by father/son duo George Crampton & George Crampton-Glassonos / Displayed June 29, 2019 – August 24, 2019

More exhibitions