"Tierra. Sangre. Oro."
Is a MUST.
The program will include new installation, performance, and sculptural work from Rafa Esparza alongside collaborations and contributions from artists Carmen Argote, Nao Bustamante, Beatriz Cortez, Timo Fahler, Eamon Ore-Giron, and Star Montana.
From E-Flux: For this project Esparza will transform Ballroom’s architecture using the adobe bricks that are central to his work. While making these interventions, the artist will explore, in his words, “the visibility of Brown people in Marfa.” Esparza will work with his father, who taught the artist how to make adobe, as well as with people from his community and local adobe craftsmen to produce bricks and install the project.
Congrats to all the artists in this show and thank you for your amazing work.
August 25, 2017–March 18, 2018
Opening: August 25, 6–9pm
108 East San Antonio Street
Marfa, TX 79843 —Guadalupe Rosales (of @veteranas_and_rucas And @map_pointz) #LACMAInstaResidency #BrownisBeautiful