Black/White marks the opening of a number of notable exhibitions which will explore themes such are memory, history, cultural symbolism and enmeshing ideas.Â This most recent exhibit is curated by Fredy Villamil and Ana Juncadella Barbosa. Deftly disengaging color as language, this exhibition brings together the work of 50 plus artists whose work often deals with the shifting experience of the diaspora and the American identity, loaded questions concerning race and language.
Featured artists include Yovani Bauta, Armando Blanco, Ninoska Perez Castellon, Julio Cesar, Sergio Chavez, Omar Corrales Mora, Delfi Cruces, Raul de la Nuez, Juan de Lara, Zaida del Rio,Gianna de Bartolomeo, Noel Dobarganez, Liliam Dominguez, Marta Echazarreta, Adriano Nicot, Victor Fragoso, Franks Christopher, Santa Olaya, Victor Gomez, Rodrigo Guillen, Ariel Hernandez, Frank Izquierdo, Alvaro LabaÃ±ino, Osvaldo Lemus Suarez, Jefreid Lotti, Carlos Masis, Luis Miguel Rodriguez, Miguel Ordoqui, Luis Pardini, Ramon Pedraza, Abel Quintero, William Riera, Migul Rodez, Gilda Sacasas, Juan Gonzalez Sanchez, Randoll Santander, Dania Sierra, Charlie Silva, Damian Yonel, Francisco Villamil, Fredy Villamil. Free Admission! #MyPrideHialeah #MiOrgulloHialeah