Tag : Juan-Sí González

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Juan Si Gonzalez in group show-The One and the Many: Perspectives on Self and Other in Art & Human Rights Practices – Ohio

September 27 – October 31, 2013


Department of Visual Arts
Gallery 249
University of Dayton
College Park Center, Room 249
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469-2923

Reception: Wednesday, October 2, 5-7 pm, with artists’ talk at 6 pm

Reception for Human Rights Conference: October 5, 5-7 pm

Curator: Glenna Jennings

The One and the Many: Perspectives on Self and Other in Art & Human Rights Practices curated by assistant professor Glenna Jennings. Artists from across the country, including Isabel Avila, Juan-Si Gonzalez, Merve Kayan and Zeynep Dadak, Issa Randall, and Sheryl Oring, present work that examines notions of human dignity from multiple perspectives. The art asks: Are human rights pre-political or are they artifacts of laws and institutions? Do they belong only to individuals or also to groups? How can we re-vision and de-center human rights to more broadly address the human condition for both the self and the community?

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Humanscape – Photograhy exhibit

April 13 –  June 2, 2013

Saturday April 13, 2013 7 PM Opening

William Musto Cultural Center
420 – 15 th Street
Union City, NJ

Exhibiting the work of Arturo Cuenca, Frank Guiller, Juan Si, Guillermo Portieles, Armando Guiller.
Link:>> Star Ledger Review

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Stay-at-Home Dad: Trainings

March 21 – March 31, 2013


Toronto Free Gallery
1277 Bloor Street West
Toronto, ON, M4E 2J8

A mixed-media installation project by the Cuban-American interdisciplinary artist Juan Si González
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 21 7:00-10:00 PM
Artist Talk: Friday, March 22 7:00-9:00 PM

Link:>>Alu Cine



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In Transit, Parallel Time- Photo exhibit by Frank Guiller and Juan-Si González – Union City Museum, NJ

Thursday, May 17, 2012
7:00 PM

William V. Musto Cultural Center
Union City Museum
420  15 St.
Union City, NJ

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“It’s not the Economy but the Epistemology”, a group exhibition curated by Rafael López Ramos – Collage Gallery, Miami

Opening reception: Saturday, December 17, from 7:00 to 10:00 pm
Exhibit runs from December 17 to January 20, 2011

Collage Gallery

154 Almeria Avenue,
Coral Gables, FL 33134

“It’s not the Economy but the Epistemology”
(7 metaphors on endings and beginnings in a new age of old crisis)

A group exhibition by contemporary artists Néstor Arenas, Mariano Costa Peuser, Juan-Sí González, Frank Guiller, R. López Ramos, Evelyn Valdirio, and Ramón Williams.
(curator: R. López Ramos)

The exhibition focuses on the current scenario of financial crisis in North America and Europe, not as a mere disease but as a symptom of wider dysfunctional patterns clearly rooted outside the economic field.
The title of the show rephrases the famous Clintonian presidential campaign motto “It’s the economy, stupid”, though emphasizing the fact that even when the crisis manifests itself as a financial one, it is just the tip of an iceberg whose submerged body possesses a rather epistemological nature.

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