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EXISTE LO QUE TIENE NOMBRE: Contemporary Photography in Mexico

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Thursday, April 2, 2015 - Saturday, May 9, 2015

Existe lo que Tiene Nombre: Contemporary Photography in Mexico, an exhibition guest-curated by Sergio de la Torre and Javier Ramírez Limón, features the diverse work of 22 contemporary Mexican photographers, both emerging and established.


Addressing the question of how photos influence our understanding of reality, photographers in this exhibition explore the central issue surrounding photographic representation of the subject.

The complete portfolio of artwork from Existe lo que Tiene Nombre is co-presented by Galería de la Raza and San Francisco Camerawork.

LIST OF ARTISTS:

Adela Goldbard, Aglea Cortés, Alejandra Laviada, Alejandro Cartagena, Alfredo Káram, Bruno Ruiz, Carlos Iván Hernández, Colectivo Estética Unisex, Daniela Edburg, David Vera, Fernando Brito, Iván Manríquez, Jazzibe Santos, Jimena Camou, Juan Carlos Coppel, Livia Corona, Mariela Sancari, Mauricio Alejo, Melba Arellano, Oswaldo Ruiz, Pablo López Luz, Roberto Molina Tondopó, and Yvonne Venegas

CURATORS:

Sergio De La Torre is a San Francisc-based curator, photographer, and Assistant Professor of Art and Architecture at the University of San Francisco. Javier Ramírez Limón is a photographer, educator, writer, and documentarian based in Tijuana, Mexico.

This exhibition is funded by the San Francisco Arts Commission and the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.

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