Event

Spring Opening Reception


Fri, Feb 16, 7 – 9 p.m.

Free Event

Description

Mix and mingle with curators, collectors and artists Claudio Dicochea and Luis Alfonso Villalobos to celebrate SMoCA’s exciting spring exhibitions :

Akunnittinni: A Kinngait Family Portrait

Three generations of Inuit women artists illustrate a personal and cultural history of the intimate and sometimes harsh memories and historically resonant moments of their family. Organized by the IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Curated by Andrea R. Hanley, Navajo.

 

southwestNET: Acid Baroque

Mexican-American painter Claudio Dicochea engages a diversity of cross-border topics, figures and references from pop culture, including celebrities, politicians, historical figures and comics.

 

Today’s Norms Are Tomorrow’s Luxuries

The first U.S. solo exhibition of Guadalajara-based artist Luis Alfonso Villalobos features painting, video and sculpture that looks at the intersection of architecture and art.