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Culture, The Exhibitionist You Can't Erase the Truth: An Interview with Artist Ana Teresa Fernandez

You Can't Erase the Truth: An Interview with Artist Ana Teresa Fernandez

Artist Ana Teresa Fernandez was browsing Facebook when she first heard the news about the 2014 Iguala mass kidnapping. Believed to be masterminded by Iguala’s corrupt mayor, Jose Luis Abarca Velazquez, the incident saw 43 male students from Ayotzinapa…
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Calendar, Night&Day Skin Deep

Skin Deep

This month, Ana Teresa Fernandez has been an artist-in-residence at the de Young Museum, where she's creating – with the help of museum-goers – an abstract, mirrored artwork that explores the subject of skin color, immigration, and cultural privilege.…
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Calendar, Night&Day Chicano Insight

Chicano Insight

We are surrounded by the Hispanic culture in San Francisco in the form of music, art, and food, to name only the obvious few. But what do we really know about it? Can we ever know what it is like…
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Calendar, Night&Day A Life Aquatic

A Life Aquatic

Elaine Buckholtz is the Bay Area's foremost large-scale light-installation artist; she has run coordinated film projections in every window of a seven-story building, for example. At “Left to Swoon,” she collaborates with Ana Teresa Fernandez, the Bay Area's foremost painter…
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Culture, Art

Art caps

Photographer Amy Regalia shoots yard trimmings in her home town of San Jose, a city that allows the waste to be set out loose in the street for pick-up. It may not sound like much, but by putting the garbage…
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