Past Exhibits

PELEA: Visual Responses to Spatial Precarity | Closing Party

PELEA: Visual Responses to Spatial Precarity | Closing Party

Our end of the year event celebrating PELEA: Visual Responses to Spatial Precarity and Latinx Project’s year of programming. Come celebrate with us May 11th from 7 to 9pm!!! RSVP Here

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PELEA: Visual Responses to Spatial Precarity

An exhibit on Art and Gentrification OPENING PARTY: February 15, 2019 6PM - 8PM ON VIEW: February 15, 2019 through May 3, 2019 Gallery hours: Monday through Friday 11AM to 7PM The Latinx Project is pleased to present it’s first exhibition PELEA: Visual Responses to Spatial Precarity. The show is curated by the project’s inaugural artist in residence Shellyne Rodriguez and the Latinx Project curatorial team and features New York City artists working with the theme of gentrification.

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Exhibit | Miradas Paralelas (Parallel Looks). Iran-Spain: Photographers in the Mirror

ON VIEW from Tuesday, September 18 until Sunday, December 9, 2018. _Miradas Paralelas (Parallel Looks). Iran-Spain: Photographers in the Mirror,_ provides the platform for the first encounter of twelve female photographers from Iran and Spain who, from such distant origins, unmistakably surprise us with their affinities. Curators Zara Fernández and Santiago Olmo’s sharp look has brought together in six well-differentiated couples. Shadi Gadirian and Soledad Córdoba’s symbolic universe; Cristina García Rodero and Hengameh Golestan, an authentic lyrical poetry of black and white weddings; the luminous papers, the profound colors that cross time in Rana Javadi and Amparo Garrido’s metaphorical portraits; weightless presences move through Ghazaleh Hedayat and Mayte Vieza’s cosmos; and disturbing meetings, urban visions, silent portraits, stories of fragility and solitude in María Zarazúa and Newsha Tavakolian’s photographs.

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Exhibit Opening: 'Condor' - Photographs by João Pina

Exhibit Opening: 'Condor' - Photographs by João Pina

Condor is a tribute to the memory of the victims of Operation Condor, a secret military plan implemented in 1975 by six Latin American countries ruled by right wing military dictatorships to eliminate their political opponents. This plan resulted in “extrajudicial executions” of tens of thousands of people. For almost a decade João Pina, has traveled extensively trough Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay to document what is left of the Condor years.

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The Museum of the Old Colony

The Museum of the Old Colony

Puerto Rico has endured 523 years of continuous and ongoing colonial rule: first under Spain, and, since 1898, as a possession of the United States. The island, an “unincorporated territory of the United States” has been plunged into a catastrophic debt crisis and a punitive program of austerity. It is widely regarded as the world’s oldest colony. The Museum of the Old Colony is a work of conceptual art conceived by Pablo Delano.

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