Meet the artists from Between Two Worlds and get behind-the-scenes tours of their studios through these informal conversations with the exhibition’s curator, Jesus Treviño. Grab your lunch and join us on Instagram Live!
Between Two Worlds is organized by Jesus Treviño with Center Space Project. The exhibition is on view September 25 – November 20, 2020.
Between Two Worlds: Virtual Studio Visit Schedule
All events begin at 12 PM on Instagram Live (@visualartscenter).
Alejandro Macias (b. 1987, Brownsville, Texas) received a BA from The University of Texas at Brownsville in 2008 and a MFA in 2-D Studio Art from the University of Texas – Pan American in 2012. He has had solo exhibitions at Presa House Gallery, San Antonio (2020) and Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts, Lubbock (2019). He has participated in group exhibitions at Trestle Gallery, New York (2019); Stephen F. Austin University (2019); The University of Texas at Tyler (2019); Brand Library and Art Center, Glendale, CA (2018); Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin (2018); CICA Museum, Gimpo, South Korea (2018); Barrett Art Center, New York (2017); Craighead Green Gallery, Dallas (2017); and Artspace111, Fort Worth (2017). He is an upcoming artist-in-residence at Wassaic Project, New York (2021), and has previously held residencies at MASS MoCA (2020), Château Orquevaux, France (2019), and Vermont Studio Center (2018, 2016). Macias is an Assistant Professor in Studio Art at the University of Arizona in Tucson.
Jesus Treviño (b. 1995, San Antonio, Texas) received his BA in Studio Art from The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley in 2018 and is a MFA candidate in Studio Art at The University of Texas at Austin. He had his first solo exhibition at the Presa House Gallery, San Antonio (2019). Treviño has been included in group exhibitions at the Brownsville Museum of Fine Art (2019), where he was awarded best in show; Carlotta K. Petrina Cultural Arts Center, Brownsville (2019); B&E Art Gallery, Brownsville (2018); the Center for Contemporary Arts, Abilene (2018); Rockport Center for the Arts (2018); Galeria 409, Brownsville (2018); and the Kike de la Garza Fine Arts Center, Mission (2017).