- Suzy Gonzalez
- Mari Hernandez
- Rigoberto Gonzales
“Thankfully the artists in the show enthusiastically decided to participate, many expressing deep gratitude for the role NALAC has played in their art careers,” Luna told us.
Employing drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, illustration, video and collage to address themes of “self-exploration, cultural identity, race, history and socio-economic issues,” the resulting group show “A Common Vision” brings together more than a few familiar names — including co-director Esparza, Fernando Andrade, Rolando Briseño, Anel Flores, Adriana Garcia, Raul Gonzalez, Rigoberto Gonzalez, Suzy Gonzales, Mari Hernandez, Veronica Jaeger, Michael Menchaca, Jesse J Ruiz, Ray Santisteban, Luis Valderas and Guillermina Zabala. Following the First Friday reception, “A Common Vision” remains on view by appointment through May 31.
Free, 6-11pm Fri, May 3, Presa House Gallery, 725 S. Presa St., (210) 913-5842, presahouse.com.
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