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Group Exhibition at La MaMa Explores U.S./Mexican Border

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Richard Mosse, "Near Tecate" (2008), Courtesy of Jack Shainman Gallery, at the Tracing the Unseen Border at La MaMa La Galeria

Curators Ian Cofre and Omar Lopez-Chahoud have put together what looks to be a fascinating show.  The La MaMa La Galleria will host this opening tonight – it would make a good “detour” on your Third Thursdays gallery night adventure. They write: Tracing the Unseen Border… takes a look at the dynamics surrounding the border between Mexico and the United States. Each of the participating artists critically engages questions about this imaginary line, some as a representation of the actual physical space that separates both countries, and yet is unseen by a large part of the nations’ populations. Others turn their focus to the social, political, and economic implications affecting those who are determined to cross it. Collectively, the artists begin to expose the broader context in which there has been a move to obscure the border. This tendency coincides with a political discourse and policies that have shifted to border security, immigration reform, and protectionism. The artists’ works will help reveal and unravel the interconnectedness of this contemporary landscape to those who may feel far removed.

Participating artists: Alberto Borea, Monika Bravo, Tania Candiani, caraballo-farman, Sergio de la Torre, Blane De St. Croix, Ricardo Gonzalez, M & X, Teresa Margolles, Tom McGrath, Irvin Morazan, Richard Mosse, Alex Rivera, Javier Tellez, Patricia A. Valencia, Ishmael Randall Weeks, and Judi Werthein.

The opening reception is from 6-9p // Performance by Irvin Morazan at 7 pm // 6 East 1st Street, between Bowery and 2nd Avenue // Gallery Hours: Thursday through Sunday from 1 to 6pm.

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