Author: Joanna Garcia Cheran

Joanna Garcia Cheran has published 15 articles.



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Through solo exhibitions and group showings, this spring art season considers everyday life, home, and more. Courtesy of the artist and Charlie James Gallery. Photograph by ofstudio. Courtesy of the artist and Charlie James Gallery. Photograph by ofstudio. “Still Life Goes On” Charlie James Gallery Through April 2 https://www.cjamesgallery.com/ In [...]

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A mecca of Mexican food, San Diegans express varying relationships to the neighboring South through food. With Tijuana just minutes away, food is a bridge between Mexico and the United States, a pivotal connection to our homeland. Here is a small preview of the many odes to Mexican food from [...]

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In San Francisco, Mexican food is synonymous with the Mission-style burrito. However, a quick trip across the Bay will give you easy access to the culinary depth of the region. The Oakland food scene continues to be an exciting space for experimentation and new takes on old classics. So whether [...]

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Art has always been an anchor through difficult times. So while the uncertainty of the pandemic continues, let art be your respite. Here are seven thought-provoking exhibitions in Los Angeles bringing traditionally excluded Latinx narratives to the forefront. Narsiso Martinez, “Fruit Catcher” 2021, ink, charcoal, gold leaf and collage on produce [...]

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It is impossible to narrow Latinx art to a single aesthetic. Artists today are pushing the boundaries of their medium and subject matter, amplifying the stories of those previously overlooked. Here is your art guide for Latinx art on view in the San Francisco Bay Area, from photography to neon [...]