Juventino Aranda: In Dreams I Once Believed There Was a Future

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July 18–Aug 24, 2019
Greg Kucera Gallery Pioneer Square (Seattle)
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Growing up in Walla Walla as the child of Mexican immigrants, Seattle artist Juventino Aranda draws on his family history and childhood for inspiration, exploring how they speak to broader cultural, social, and political themes. Aranda’s art practice encompasses several distinct mediums—conceptual sculpture, textile art, and altered objects. He once cast a MAGA hat in bronze, repainted it red, and only left “GREAT” stenciled in white, calling it THIS IS YOUR LIFE NOW. AMERICA (EL DIA QUE LLEGO LA LLORONA) is a life-size rendition of a plastic candle votive. There’s a sense of humor (and reflection) that pervades his work. by Jas Keimig

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Greg Kucera Gallery

212 Third Ave S Seattle, Washington 98104 Venue website

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