Enrique Chagoya: His New Paintings, Aliens Sans Frontières, an artist’s slide talk, takes place on Saturday, January 26, 2019 at 2 pm at the San Francisco Hunters Point Shipyard, the third program in the To The Point series.
San Francisco Hunters Point Shipyard
Building 101, The Auditorium
101 Horn Avenue
San Francisco CA 94124
Bay Area artist Enrique Chagoya will speak about his recent work, which focuses on immigration and colonialism. He relies on two ideas—“reverse anthropology” and “reverse modernism”—which are intended to force his audience rethink the way they see the world.
Enrique Chagoya, a highly accomplished and revered artist, creates art that challenges stereotypes and established history, turning conventional attitudes upside down. Drawing from his experiences living on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border in the late 70’s, and in Europe in the late 90’s, he juxtaposes secular, popular, and religious symbols in order to address the cultural clash between the United States, Latin America and the world. He His use of familiar pop icons creates friendly points of entry to help rethink complex issues.
Image featured on this page: Enrique Chagoya, “Aliens Sans Frontières,” 2016, Color lithograph. 24 x 28 in. Published by Shark’s Ink in Lyons, CO.
Saturday, March 9, 2019, at 2 pm
A lecture by Berkeley-based art historian Lisa E. Bloom on Contemporary Art about Climate Change in the Polar Regions.
Additional programs will take place in April and May on arts and culture topics including architecture and urban planning at the water’s edge, and new experimental video.
|All programs are free of charge and open to the public.|
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