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Pacific Standard Time  PST: LA/LA presents 70+ exhibitions of Latin American and Latino art in Los Angeles. September 2017–January 2018.


Find this button at MOCA at the Pacific Design Center and collect more at the 70+ participating institutions in Southern California. There will be art. .
#PSTLALA #therewillbeart #moca #pacificdesigncenter #axismundo #lgbt @mocalosangeles @pacificdesigncenter

"Visualizing Language: Oaxaca in LA" at Los Angeles Central Library celebrates the Zapotec language and culture of Oaxaca, Mexico, and includes new artwork exploring identity, migration, and the shared cultural experience between LA and Mexico. 📷: @lapubliclibrary
Images: Views of "For the Pride of Your Hometown, the Way of the Elders and In Memory of the Forgotten," 2017. Photo Credit: Jeff McClane #PSTLALA

#PhotographyInArgentina @TheGetty is the first exhibition to survey the diverse history of photography in Argentina in the United States. 📷: @TheGetty
Vilmar de la serie Carnaval / Vilmar from the series Carnaval, 2005; print 2015.Gustavo di Mario. Argentine. Chromogenic print. 19 11/16 x 24 13/16 in. The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, Purchased with funds provided by the Photographs Council. © Gustavo di Mario. 2016.11.1
#PSTLALA #LatinAmericanArt #GettyMuseum #GettyCenter #GettyFoundation #Argentina

The #PSTinstaswap is underway! See more than 200 photos from 40 museums with #PSTLALA exhibitions—follow the hashtag for Latin American and Latino Art at your favorite SoCal museums, where discoveries await you.

Both comic and celebratory, this work in @hammer_museum's "Radical Women" exhibition speaks of the tribulations of love and desire. Tag someone you love in the comments below! #PSTLALA #❤️
📷: @hammer_museum
Teresinha Soares (Brazilian, b. 1927), “Caixa de fazer amor (Lovemaking box),” 1967. Meat grinder, cloth, plastic tubes, two glass bottles with liquid, wires, oil paint. 23 5/8 × 21 5/8 × 14 9/16 in. (60 × 55 × 37 cm). Collection of Teresinha Soares. © the artist.

Plan your visit to Pasadena's @armoryarts "Below the Underground: Renegade Art and Action in 1990s Mexico" and discover how artists devised alternative practices and new exhibition spaces to show artwork that often directly engaged the politics and economics of this turbulent time. More info at pacificstandardtime.org 📷: @armoryarts #PSTLALA #linkinbio

"Eduardo Sarabia: Drifting on a Dream," on view @themistakeroom through December 16, revisits the artist’s oeuvre and depicts how popular culture, personal histories, and ordinary events can be metaphors for moments of cultural contact and exchange. 📷: @themistakeroom
#PSTLALA #LatinAmericanArt #EduardoSarabia #DriftingonaDream

Find this button at the Museum of Latin American Art (@molaaart) and collect more at the 70+ participating institutions in Southern California. There will be art. #PSTLALA

The two-part #PSTLALA exhibition "Juan Downey: Radiant Nature" is currently on view @pitzerartgalleries & @welcometolace. Comprising interactive electronic sculptures, happenings and performances, as well as installation, these earlier bodies of work will be explored for their progressive trans-disciplinary investigation of technology, energy, the environment, and politics. 📷: @pitzerartgalleries

Celebrate #DiaDeLosMuertos, or #DayoftheDead, with this beautiful altar by Ofelia Esparza (@ofrenda1) at Self Help Graphics (@shg1970). On Saturday, November 4, join the free public 44th Annual Día de los Muertos Celebration—perhaps the oldest Day of the Dead commemoration in the country!

Happy Halloween! Visit Frankenstein @marcianoartfoundation in "Latin American Artists in the Marciano Collection." This exhibition presents works by Latin American artists featured in its collection including Allora & Calzadilla, #PiaCamil (@PiaCamil), #JoseDavila (@Jose Davila), #GabrielKuri, #AdriánVillarRojas, #GabrielOrozco, #DamianOrtega, #AnaliaSaban (@askunst), #AlexDaCorte (@AlexDaCorte) and others. Many of the works on view are being exhibited publicly in Los Angeles for the first time.
Image: Alex da Corte, Slow Graffiti, 2017. Video still. Courtesy of Alex da Corte and Maccarone, New York/Los Angeles.

See “Dan McCleary: Prints from Oaxaca" at the @lagunaartmuseum! The exhibition examines prints McCleary made with Sandoval at the Taller de Grabado in Oaxaca. Also check out prints by McCleary made with Carpe Diem Press from Mexico @fishermuseum in the "James hd Brown: Life and Work in Mexico" exhibition. #PSTLALA 📷: @lagunaartmuseum

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