NEWS


EXHIBITION

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Dual Vision at Consulate General of Mexico in Los Angeles, 2401 W 6th St. Los Angeles, CA 90057

October 24 - November 27, 2018

I’m excited to have a new piece included in this group exhibition.

About the exhibition: 35x35: Dual Vision is an annual group exhibition held at the Mexican Center for Culture and Cinematic Arts featuring works by 35 LA-based Mexican and Mexican American writers, musicians and visual artist who are under the age of 35. The purpose of this annual exhibition is to show the diversity of talent in the Mexican American community while also creating connections between the artist. 

Dual Vision refers to Du Bois' concept of double consciousness, the internal conflict experienced by subordinated groups in an oppressive society. In this case, the double consciousness is exemplified in the contention between opposing identity:  Mexican and American.

Curated by  Karla Aguiñiga

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ARTIST TALK

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Very honored and excited to be a visiting artist at Cal State University Monterey Bay. My visit includes an artist talk, a workshop on demystifying what it mean to be a working artist and a portfolio review of senior students.

The artist talk is open to the public- Sept 26th, 6-8 pm at CSUMB, Building 72.


EXHIBITION

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Construyendo Puentes at Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil (Mexico City, MX)

September 21 - November 25, 2018

My piece Cartonlandia along with a few others will be traveling to Mexico City to be part of this landmark exhibition.

About the Exhibition: "Featuring the works of nearly 30 Los Angeles-based artists, the AltaMed Art Collection exhibit “Bridges in Time of Walls” aims to address the many commonalities rooted in the shared history, traditions, and rich appreciation for art, music, and family that exist between those who live in Mexico and those who have emigrated to Los Angeles to set roots in the United States.

The landmark exhibition will feature more than 40 paintings, sculpture, photographs, videos, and  mixed media works from renowned Los Angeles Chicano and Latino artists such as: Carlos Almaraz, Frank Romero, Patssi Valdez, Salomón Huerta, Ana Serrano, Vyal One, Gary Garay, Shizu Saldamando, Yolanda Gonzalez, Roberto Gil de Montes, Cindy Santos Bravo, Judithe Hernández, Jose Ramirez, ASCO, and more."  -artfixdaily


ARTICLE

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Article in Hip Latina by Yvette Montoya

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EXHIBITION TOUR

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Join me on Saturday, June 2nd at 1 PM at Pasadena Museum of California Art. 

Hosted by Gurl Museum Day, I will be leading a tour of my installation and answering any questions.

 For more info + tickets, click HERE.


ARTICLE

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Article in Art Center's Dot Magazine by Solvej Schou

Read a web version of the article HERE.


TALK

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BORDERTOWN NOW at Pasadena Playhouse

I will be participating in a talk following the 8pm performance, on Saturday, June 2nd. 

Pasadena Playhouse has generously extended a 20% off promo code: PMCA, for anyone interested in purchasing tickets. 

Click HERE to purchase tickets. 


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HOMEGROWN at Pasadena Museum of California Art

January 21, 2018 -  June 3, 2018

Ana Serrano’s immersive “garden” both references a recognizable urban landscape and pays homage to the artist’s family connection to the land in Mexico. Highlighting the juxtaposition of the built environment and plant life, the installation is composed of bright-colored walls and lively plants made of cardboard and paper. The dynamic space invites viewers to move into the sculpture and immerse themselves in the disparate yet familiar elements of city living, emphasizing the balance between man-made constructions and natural elements as well as dense, permanent objects and those that are lighter, more ephemeral.

In Serrano’s installation, plants poke up through the “concrete structure” as they would through cracks in city sidewalks or streets. The plants reference the small plots of dirt found scattered amidst the concrete of Los Angelesparticularly in the Mexican and Mexican-American neighborhoods of Los Angeles where Serrano was raised. With a particular focus on the ways people create gardens and grow food within small spaces, the installation mirrors the garden-within-the-yard of the single-family home and recalls the store fronts and urban environments that provide the soil for family traditions to take root. It focuses on how people bring the natural world into the city environment.

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LA YARDA at Bermudez Projects (NELA)

February 17, 2018 - March 31, 2018

Opening Reception February 17th, 7-10pm

"Bermudez Projects is proud to announce Ana Serrano’s La Yarda, the artist’s debut solo exhibit at Bermudez Projects | NELA/Cypress Park. Spanglish for “front yard,” La Yardapresents a series of new sculptural works – both three-dimensional and two-dimensional, relief style – highlighting single-family homes and, more specifically, these private/public spaces, placing an emphasis on how homeowners explore their cultural hybridity by engaging, altering, and/or personalizing these intimate, but capacious urban oases."  from BermudezProjects.com  

Click HERE for more info.


ARTICLE

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Article in LA Observed by Judy Graeme

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