Papel Chicano Dos
WORKS ON PAPER FROM THE COLLECTION OF CHEECH MARIN
October 5, 2019 – January 12, 2020
Members Only Opening Reception:
Thursday, October 3, 7 – 9 pm
Exhibit Admission: $7, free for Museum members
Admission Free Days:
Wednesday, October 16
Tuesday, November 12
Thursday, December 19.
Free admission during Night on the Town on Fridays October 11, November 8,
December 13, and January 10, 5 – 9 pm
Primarily known as an actor, director, and performer, Cheech Marin has developed the finest private collection of Chicano art in the United States.
Diverse, colorful, and iconic, the artworks in Papel Chicano Dos range from the realism of Texas artists Gaspar Enriquez and Vincent Valdez to the expressionism of Californians Sonya Fe and Frank Romero. Prominent Chicano artists Diane Gamboa, Leo Limón, and Glugio “Gronk” Nicondra, and artists selected by Marin for the exhibition such as Carlos Almaraz and Carlos Donjuan, bring a multifaceted view of the Chicano experience as well as present social issues relevant to all communities. Utilizing unique and traditional practices of portraiture, and varied viewpoints incorporating urban culture and images from a range of historical sources, these artists move Chicano art from marginalized to mainstream.
This exhibition includes 65 artworks by 24 established and emerging artists. Their work demonstrates a myriad of techniques from watercolor and aquatint to pastel and mixed media, and dates from the late 1980s to present day.
EVENT POSTPONED UNTIL SPRING 2020 – If you are a current ticket holder or wait list member, please check your email regarding ticket refunds and other details.
Chicano Art: Perspectives of an Art Advocate
Exhibit Lecture given by Cheech Marin
Thursday, November 21, 7 pm – 8:30 pm
This event will take place at desk chair in downtown Loveland (201 E 4th Street, Loveland CO 80537).
Enjoy an evening with actor, comedian, and art collector Cheech Marin as he talks about his perspective of the Chicano Art scene and what inspired him to start his own collection several years ago. A short Q&A and book signing to follow the lecture.
Tickets go on sale Wednesday, Oct. 30: $10 Cleveland Room (seated), $7 Lobby Live Stream (seated), $7 Rooftop Live Stream (outdoor, non-seated). Limited tickets available – tickets can be purchased online, by calling the Museum at (970) 962-2410 or at the Museum during normal business hours.