Out – and – Out: Living and Loving, an Exhibition of Affirmative Identity – LA – June 26

Start: 26 June 2011
Finish: 24 July 2011

HECTOR SILVA

 
 

 

 
 ChimMaya has a long history of celebrating/showcasing established,
emerging, and rising stars in the arts community. On the heels of our
mission, we’ve decided to open our newest gallery space ‘The Beverly Project’ with an exhibition that echoes the spirit that has grounded ChimMaya over the years.In solidarity w/June ‘Gay Pride’ month … ChimMaya has assembled an
amazing and eclectic group of Gay/Lesbian artists for a groundbreaking
exhibition in our new gallery, adjacent to our main building.

ChimMaya has invited these gifted artists…to open this exhibition of ‘affirmative identity’ during ‘Gay Pride’ month, in celebration of all the individuals who have, and do, encounter discrimination and intolerance…based on gender, race/ethnicity, body image, and sexual identity/orientation.

Female Artists: Ana Landeros, Magda Audfried, Ana Castillo,
Violetta Antonia Sorcini, Angela Ortiz, Marla Hidalgo, Jennifer Olvera,
Rosie Garcia

Male Artists: Miguel Angel Reyes, Juan Solis, Hector Silva, Joey Terrill,
Tony de Carlo, Antonio Rael, Ariel Vargassal, Angel Villanueva,
Raul Pizarro, Lalo Ugalde, Riddle, Jesse Hinostroza, Manuel Acevedo,
Manuel Saenz, Edward Escamilla

The galley owners, Steven Acevedo and Daniel Gonzalez, seek to promote community awareness of the visual arts by offering a setting where the public can gather for the appreciation of arts and culture.

Gallery ChimMaya is located is located in the East Los Angeles / Montebello / Monterey Park area, two blocks east of Atlantic Boulevard.

5283 East Beverly Boulevard
Los Angeles, California 90022
323.869.8881

Weekdays: 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Closed Monday
Closed Sunday

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Tom exhibition in Finland, 2011 Turku, Finland

We are very pleased with your enthusiasm in bringing this exhibition to Turku Finland. There are many roads we can speak of as time passes , yet what I am here to tell you is that exhibitions from Toms Foundation that are exhibited within Finland brings forth a passion that will be evident in this exhibition. I think the world of Mr Everett and all that his Homotopia does in the world of culture of the queer communities of the world. The exact exhibition that traveled to Liverpool has sense then been dismantled and so with the sense of this new one traveling to Turko , a city close to where he was born and raised, and Scotland where Toms men would be hewn by a cruder blade, yet mind you the men do were skirts. Always keeping the jest in it as Tom taught us well, laughter only makes the sex all the better. You will have a most remarkable exhibit and so let us now begin to discuss sizes and quantity. I think if we examine the previous exhibit and its size that will also make the new task somewhat simpler.

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