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José Moñú

José Moñú is a painter whose practice is inspired by a wide range of influences ranging from 20th-century titans such as Francis Bacon and Jean-Michel Basquiat to the writings of the British philosopher Richard Wollheim on mind and emotions especially as related to painting. Moñu creates large format and boldly colored works that mainly focus …

Kara Springer

Kara Springer is an artist based between New York and Toronto.  She is particularly concerned with armature — the underlying structure that holds the flesh of a body in place. She works with photography, sculpture, and site-specific interventions to explore systems of care and structural support through engagement with architecture, urban infrastructure, and systems of institutional …

shit!

shit! publication “So there are no differences, then: we’re each a flesh ribbon that, due to the law of gravity, begins in the mouth and ends in the anus.” Paul Preciado, Anal Terror. Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space is pleased to present shit!, a group exhibition organized by TJ Shin, a former artist-in-residence of the …

Rap on Race without Rice

To conclude Dominique Duroseau’s gal·va·nizing strat·e·gies: [Black on Black with Black] on view at Cuchifritos Gallery, Artists Alliance presents Rap on Race without Rice. A continuation of Duroseau’s ongoing participatory performance series, Rap on Race with Rice, this iteration of the project unfolds through a new series of one-on-one conversations that foster public and private …

Peter Erik Lopez

Peter Erik Lopez is a painter and recent graduate of the Transart Institute for Creative Research. His medium of choice is oil on canvas. He started with portraiture but realized his primary interest in painting people was hearing their stories as he worked: it was narrative and personal histories that attracted him. This initiated a …

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Javier Castro

Javier Castro (b. 1984) is a Cuban artist whose groundbreaking work focuses on the use of video and multimedia installations to explore the human experience and modes of survival. Castro examines Cuban contemporary society by presenting a unique perspective of diverse realities; from pleasures and frustrations to vice and violence, language and love, and the …