Virtual Exhibition Tour of Mexic-Arte's Young Latino Artists 21: "Amexican@" 

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Guest curated by multitasking muralist, contemporary artist and Gravelmouth proprietor David "Shek" Vega, the 21st edition of Austin's Mexic-Arte Museum's Young Latino Artists (YLA) exhibition features works by Vanessa Centeno (New Orleans), Justo Cisneros (San Antonio), Essentials Collective (Austin), Hatziel Flores (Dallas), Destiny Mata (New York), James Medrano (San Antonio), Christopher Montoya (San Antonio), Jaime “Flan” Munoz (Los Angeles), Zeke Peña (El Paso), Daniela Riojas (San Antonio) and Larry Servin (San Antonio). Titled "Amexican@," the San Antonio-centric group show even spills outside, where Vega and neighboring gallerist Joe De La Cruz (of Silkwörm Studio and Gallery) graced the museum's exterior wall with a pair of bilingual murals.

YLA 21: “Amexican@” $5, 10am-6pm Mon-Thu, 10am-5pm Fri-Sat, noon-5pm Sun, Mexic-Arte Museum, 419 Congress Ave., Austin, (512) 480-9273, On view through August 28.

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Christopher Montoya, Hood Rich
Essentials, Dru
Larry Servin, Twenty Four
James Medrano, Mickey Christ
Vanessa Centeno, Saint Thing 1
Daniela Riojas, Dysplacia: Documenting the Undocumented
Essentials, Isabella
James Medrano, 2 Cool 4 Space
Jaime “Flan” Munoz, 100%
Essentials, Headpiece
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Essentials, Keep It Moving (video still)
Vanessa Centeno, Saint Thing 2
James Medrano, Rata
Vanessa Centeno, Paint Thing
Zeke Peña, La Chica Boom Invades Funkterra: Free Your Mind and Your Nalgas Will Follow
Vanessa Centeno, Keep It Up
Christopher Montoya, Hood Rich

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