‘Latino Faces’ Pop-Art Exhibit Opens In San Antonio

Analy Diego uses digital drawing tools, combined with existing photographs, to create pieces that celebrate famous Latino artists.

By Norma MartinezApril 19, 2018 9:30 am, , ,

From Texas Public Radio:

Finding the Art Legacy Gallery in San Antonio is a challenge. Located at 18503 Sigma, it’s in the lobby of a strip mall with no signage declaring its existence.

But upon entering, you’re greeted by a Warhol-inspired, pop-art portrait of an older man sticking out his tongue. What’s most striking is his bright pink tongue and blue shirt. Everything else is gray. That’s famed author Gabriel García Márquez.

You also are greeted by two Frida Kahlo portraits. You might not realize it at first, but Frida’s brows are familiarly bushy in one, but plucked cleanly above the nose in the other.

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