HE MESSAGE ART SHOW – CISA STUDIOS – APRIL 16th, 2010 | John “Mala Suerte” Garza + Roman Villarreal + Tony Reyes + Salvador Rojas THE MESSAGE: A CHICANO ART EXHIBITION THE MESSAGE: A CHICANO ART EXHIBITION was brought together by multifaceted artist and curator John �Mala Suerte� Garza and CISA Studios. CISA Studios was […]
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I just finished reading Robert Saviano’s powerful book titled “Gomorrah”. The book is about the Naples-based Mafia called Camorra, an organized crime system more powerful and violent than the Sicilian Mafia. The title of the book comes from a text by Giuseppe “Don Peppino” Diana, a parish priest in Casal di Principe, who was killed […]
The highlight of Saturday night’s “Art Walk” didn’t even take place within the Artist Village. Hands down the highlight of the evening was Sal Rojas’ Afro-Mexican photography exhibit held at wonderful little store, Calacas, located at 324 W. 4th Street #B in downtown Santa Ana. The exhibit, which was presented by BrownPride.com, was called “The […]
Sal Rojas is a renowned photographer in the U.S. This Chicano is the creator of www.brownpride.com, the most popular website that embraces the essence of being Latino in the U.S. Sal went with Renzo Devia, director of AfroLatinos to Costa Chica, Mexico. They captured unique images of Afro-Mexicans. My Photographs from Costa Chica in Oaxaca, […]