Opening Reception: July 13, 2024

Millicent Alvarado: Behind Four Eyes, Behind Four Walls

Upcoming Exhibition

A Visual Corrido of Life on the Border.

By Alex Casso & Rigoberto Luna
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Exhibitions

Millicent Alvarado: Behind Four Eyes, Behind Four Walls

Marco Sánchez: Miscelánea Fronteriza

Strangely Familiar \ Half God

Antonio Serna: Moving Forward Together

Sam Rawls: Latent Blatant

Alexandria Canchola: Yours to Keep

Essays

A Visual Corrido of Life on the Border.

By Alex Casso & Rigoberto Luna | @capitalsuspect & @8190luna Marco Sánchez’s exhibition, Miscelánea Fronteriza at Presa House Gallery, depicts the matrix of religion, history, and social status that shape and influence border cities’ unique position as gateways between countries and for cultural exchange. His artworks are the visual descendants of…

Unseen and Unspoken: Reflections on Remembering and Forgetting

By Mia Lopez | @miamia07 What do we try to remember, and what do we long to forget? Two recent exhibitions at Presa House explore the ability of art and art making to aid both artist and audience through the process of recollection. Lauri Garcia Jones: Strangely Familiar and Albert…

Tokens to Truths: Antonio Serna’s Archive of Indigenous Resistance.

By Joaquin Culbert | @joaquin.culbert A chronicler who recites events without distinguishing between major and minor ones acts in accordance with the following truth: nothing that has ever happened should be regarded as lost for history. Walter Benjamin, On the Concept of History, 1940 “Nothing that has ever happened should be…