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A groundbreaking exhibition celebrating the rich cultural heritage and artistic contributions of the Latinx community of Long Island. This exhibition, which includes works by over 80 participating artistshistoric, established, and contemporaryoffers a unique opportunity to explore their diverse styles, media, compelling personal stories, and familial national origins. From Brooklyn to Montauk, SOMOS showcases the works of creators who have grappled with questions of identity, history, and the many meanings of community. Guest-curated by Mexican-American artist Kelynn Z. Alder, SOMOS situates Latinx artists within the historic fabric and the actively changing shape of the Long Island neighborhoods in which they live.
On view in the LIM Art Museum
Exhibition funding was provided, in part, by: The Carol & Arnold Wolowitz Foundation | The Max & Victoria Dreyfus Foundation | New York Community Bank Foundation |New York State Council on the Arts | Robert W. Baird Incorporated
Public funding is provided by Suffolk County.
Art: Edward Acosta (b. 1982), Lost on an Island, 2022, acrylic and charcoal on canvas, Courtesy of the artist.
Sunday, December 17, 2023
Long Island Museum of American Art, History & Carriages
1200 Route 25A Stony Brook, NY 11790