Off the Beaten Path: Vision & Emotion Latin American Art Show in Queens

by Jon L. Denby in ,

If you are looking for something to do tonight, help kick off Hispanic Heritage Month by checking out 

Vision & Emotion, the first Latin American group art show of its kind in Long Island City.

Hosted at the Diego Salazar Art Gallery (21-25 44th Avenue, Long Island City, New York 11101), the show will feature award-winning artists whose work is in permanent collection at MoMa and the Guggenheim. Dozens of emerging artists from the New York area will also showcase their work.

Mr. Salazar, whose gallery opened this past spring, is a known local art leader and collector. His gallery promises to host the most important shows for the local artist community, including dealers, curators, art enthusiasts, and the artists themselves.

Refreshments will be served along with traditional music.

German Baron, Orestes Gonzalez, Rafael O. Gonzalez

Painting & Mixed Media:
Christian Bradner, Shaun El C Leonardo, Ragnar Lagerblad, Sandra Llano-Mejia, Oscar Maxera, Luis Monje, Dulcy Molina, Pietrapiana, Jorge Posada

Adolfo Caldas, Carlos Yanguas.

Edelmira Ruiz

Tequila tasting by Paqui
Mama's Empanadas, Casa Enrique
Deserts by Vesta/Pachanga Patterson and Buenos Angie's
Dallis Coffee

Music by Voz de Tres

Diego Salazar Art Gallery

21-25 44th Avenue, Long Island City, New York 11101



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