Exhibits

A Claiming, Which Cannot Be Tamed  

HOLLAND PROJECT  GALLERY | SEP.  01 – OCT. 09, 2020 | RECEPTION: N/A

A Claiming, Which Cannot Be Tamed, a curatorial collaboration between Krystal Ramirez and Alberto Garcia R. for The Holland Project in Reno, Nevada.

 A Claiming, Which Cannot Be Tamed, brings together four artists within different trajectories of their practice and careers. This includes Fawn Douglas, Tiffany Lin, Erick Mendel, and Cesar Piedra. They are all protagonists in our collective process of acknowledging the past and the reconstruction of our future. They push against the context of imperialist legacies, late-stage capitalism, and the sociopolitical by questioning and challenging them through their practice.

This exhibition features video, textiles, sculpture, and drawing; artworks that investigate power structures and explore cultural identity, through consumer culture, nationhood, and symbolism.

On view in the Holland Project Gallery from September 1st – October 9th, 2020.

A Claiming, Which Cannot Be Tamed will be on view SEP. 8th – OCT. 9th, 2020, appointments can be made by contacting alberto@hollandreno.org or calling 775-448-6500.


To see what came before in the Holland Project Galleries, check out our ARCHIVE.

To find out what’s up next, check out UPCOMING EXHIBITS.