The Kitchen Art Gallery, 512 W. 19th Street (Between 10th & 11th Avenues), NYC
November 9 - December 18
Open: Tues-Sat, 12-6pm
Opening: November 9 (Tue) 6-8pm
Gallery Talk: November 20 (Sat) 3pm
Dialogo envisions Mexico as an international contemporary art locale layered with regional histories and longtime global intersections. Presented in conjunction with the Mexico Now festival, this exhibition features Away from You by Silvia Gruner, one of the most recognized artists living in Mexico, and Tijuana-based Julio Orozco's multi-channel video, Love Letters, conceived as an optical intruder and auricular witness to women's personal stories. A more intimate screening area includes single-channel video works by indigenous Mexican media makers selected from the Mexican Media Arts Fellowships program. The schedule is as follows:
On Tuesdays: "Personal politics" (95 minutes)
Works by Rigoberto Perezcano, and Juan Francisco Uriste
On Wednesdays & Thursdays: "Land, Industry, and Politics" (110 minutes)
Works by Cristanto Mazano Avella, Juan Jose Garcia, Guillermo Monteforte, and Mariano Estrada
On Fridays & Saturdays: "Children, Place, Home and History" (102 minutes)
Works by Carlos Efraim Perez, Maria Santiago Ruiz, Dominique Jonard, and
ALL EVENTS ARE FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Dialogo is presented as part of Mexico Now, a citywide festival of contemporary Mexican arts and culture, presented at 26 of New York City's leading arts venues in November 2004. Mexico Now is a project of Arts International, the nation's only nonprofit organization solely devoted to international arts exchange. www.mexiconowfestival.org
Media programs at The Kitchen are made possible with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency.
Julio Orozco's Love Letters was created at Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Omaha, NE.
For more information about all Kitchen performances, visit www.thekitchen.org.
The Kitchen is located at 512 West 19th Street between 10th and 11th Avenues, NYC.
Subway: A, C, E to 14th Street; 1, 9 to 18th Street; L to 8th Avenue