San Francisco Art Show Review

By September 29, 2016Art
Rolando Castellón Instalation

Nice article about a group show I am participating in San Francisco at the Mexican Museum. Cinco y Cinco/ Five and Five.

“The Mexican Museum started out as a scrappy storefront in San Francisco’s Mission District in 1975, the vision of founder Peter Rodríguez, an artist who endeavored to exhibit Latino artistic expression. In 1982, the Museum moved to Fort Mason Center, its present location, where its small size and informality belies a treasure trove of over 16,000 art objects of pre-Columbian, colonial, and contemporary Mexican and Latino art works. Rodríguez died at age 90 this year and will not see his Museum become the institution he dreamed of; now partnered with the venerable Smithsonian, the Museum is set to open in 2019 in a 60,000-square-foot space in San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Arts District, where it will join the Contemporary Jewish Museum, Museum of the African Diaspora, and SFMOMA.”

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BORDER OF THE MIND: THE MUDDY FOOTPRINTS OF JESUS IN THE EMBROIDERED CASINO