Pintô International, New York, 09/26/20 - 09/26/20
Exhibition: 50 Years Hollywood
Reflecting on the history of American colonialism, this group exhibition situates contemporary Filipino artists in dialogue with artists from other nations with colonial incursions by the U.S. and Spain, including Puerto Rico, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic.
Pointing towards the lingering resonance of the American imperial project — and colonialism more broadly — this exhibition foregrounds shared themes of migration, hybridity, and hegemony. Featuring Alexandre Arrechea (Cuban), Alexis Zambrano (Mexican), Allora & Calzadilla (Puerto Rican), Eileen Isagon Skyers (Filipino/American), Joiri Minaya (Dominican American), Manuel Ocampo (Filipino), and Pow Martinez (Filipino).