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Maricón Collective
6/5/2015 - 7/17/2015

Galería de la Raza is pleased to announce its newest digital mural installation, Por Vida, a work by Manuel Paul of the Los Angeles-based Maricón Collective. Timed in honor of San Francsico Pride Month and inspired by the dedicated work of Queer People of Color, Paul’s art celebrates achievement and strength in the LBGT community.


 





  Galería Exhibitions Off Your Chest and Onto the Stage! <2015>
Basta de sus miradas subversivas, cobardes, de su violencia machista <2015>
S24 presents African Indigenous Swag <2015>
EXISTE LO QUE TIENE NOMBRE: Contemporary Photography in Mexico <2015>
LUNADA Literary Lounge ~ Quinceañera Celebration <2015>
IN REFERENCE TO: Mexican Women of San Francisco <2015>
The Q-Sides <2015>
Maricón Collective <2015>
Statement in Response to the Derogatory Comments, Threats, and Vandalism <2015>
The Q-Sides Closing Reception and Artist Talk <2015>
Community Forum and Conversation <2015>
Ecdysis: The Molting of a Cucarachica <2015>
¡Miércoles Gigante! <2015>
LUNADA Literary Lounge ~ Fall 2015 Season Opener <2015>
CURRENT EXHIBITION: "Navigating By Hand" <2015>
LUNADA Literary Lounge <2015>
DJ Agana <2015>
Sugar Skull Workshops with Michele! <2015>
LUNADA Literary Lounge - Oct. 2015 <2015>
CURRENT EXHIBITION: Sacred Cartographies <2015>
Día de los Muertos <2015>
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CURATORIAL INFORMATIONSTATEMENT   

Maricón Collective is a Queer Chican@/Latin@ DJ and Artist collective with a mission to preserve East Los Angeles Queer History by bringing QPOC and allies together through art, music, and celebration. Re-appropriating the once negative connotation of the term Maricón, they have made visible a new generation of queer Chican@/Latin@s by taking over dance floors, galleries, and other public spaces, bringing QPOC people together in celebration of a shared appreciation for culture.




Recent Media Coverage:


http://fusion.net/story/151882/maricon-collective-gay-cholo-mural-galeria-de-la-raza-san-franciscos-mission/