Exhibits

The Latino Arts GalleryBienvenidos to our Gallery!

Step through our doors, and discover a new world of visual treasures! The Latino Arts, Inc. Gallery is Milwaukee's only gallery that is dedicated to showcasing the work of Hispanic and Latin American artists, ranging from indigenous craftspeople to contemporary masters of the avant garde.

All our exhibits are carefully selected for their cultural and educational value, and are beautifully mounted in our 3,000 sq. ft. gallery.

Information for Visitors

  • Latino Arts Gallery Hours
    Monday-Friday: 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
  • Admission
    Suggested Donation of $1. The public is also invited to attend our Opening Receptions, but we do ask that you RSVP in advance to (414) 384-3100.
  • Self-Guided Hispanic Heritage Tours
    Use this guide to enhance your time here. Download our informational flyer here

 

Spring 2017

 

  

Pastoral Testimony
by Rafael Francisco Salas

December 2 – February 23, 2017

"My artwork reflects on American culture and on the dichotomies of identity within in. It speaks to our indignant desire for a dream that is continually just beyond reach..." - Rafael Salas. Read more...

 

Visiones e Historia: Mayan Paintings from Guatemala

by Paula Nicho Cumez & Pedro Rafaél González Chavajay

March 10 - June 2

Latino Arts, in collaboration with Northern Illinois University (NIU), is proud to exhibit Visiones e Historia: Mayan Paintings from Guatemala. Read more...

 

The Big Idea V: Engage and Persist

by Bruce-Guadalupe Community School Students

The BIG IDEA Exhibition series is proud to present its fifth installment, The Big Idea 5: Engage and Persist. Read more...

 


 

Fall 2017

 

    

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Pedro Vélez

September 17 – October 20

Pedro Velez's work adopts a multi-disciplinary approach, incorporating painting, large-scale wall collages, web-based works, and sculpture. Read more...

   
 

Día de los Muertos Ofrendas

October 26 – November 17

Celebrate life with Latino Arts’ annual Day of the Dead exhibition, featuring a dazzling array of ofrendas (altars) prepared by local, regional, and international artists. Read more...

   
 

Here We Make Our Home

Cultural Arts Curriculum & Student Group Exhibition

December 2017 – February 2018

We are excited to announce a new opportunity for 8-10 schools in greater Milwaukee and Southeastern Wisconsin area to participate in a group exhibition titled, “Here We Make Our Home.” Learn more...

   

 


 

Fall 2016

 

Gardens, Gods, & Grids by Dara Larson | Latino Arts Gallery  

Broken Dreams/Sueños Rotos
by Ximena Soza

September 16 – October 14

Chilean born artist, poet, and educator Ximena Soza examines the beauty and fragility of objects such as tree branches and glass, bringing the delicate pieces together to represent dreams that never came to fruition. Read more...

Tropicalísimo by John Sevigny | Latino Arts Gallery  

 

Día de los Muertos Ofrendas

October 28 – November 18

Celebrate life with Latino Arts’ annual Day of the Dead exhibition, featuring a dazzling array of ofrendas (altars) prepared by local, regional, and international artists. Read more...

The Big Idea IV: Stretch & Explore | Latino Arts Gallery

 

 

Pastoral Testimony
by Rafael Francisco Salas

December 2 – February 23, 2017

"My artwork reflects on American culture and on the dichotomies of identity within in. It speaks to our indignant desire for a dream that is continually just beyond reach..." - Rafael Salas. Read more...

 


 

Spring 2016

 

Gardens, Gods, & Grids by Dara Larson | Latino Arts Gallery     

Gardens, Gods, & Grids: Retracing Nature, Culture, & Infrastructure in the Americas

by Dara Larson

December 4 - February 26

Dara Larson retraces photo documents and past artwork from multiple years of travel in the Americas to create a series of time collages, merging photographed reality with imaginary and psychological worldviews.
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Tropicalísimo by John Sevigny | Latino Arts Gallery     

Tropicalísimo

by John Sevigny

March 11 - June 3

Photographer John Sevigny captures the conditions that cause things and people to fall apart and asks what’s to come in places that seem to be about to collapse.
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The Big Idea IV: Stretch & Explore | Latino Arts Gallery     

The Big Idea IV: Stretch & Explore

June 23 - August 31

The Big Idea is an annual exhibition commemorating the ALMA Program, which showcases the artistic knowledge and skill of Bruce-Guadalupe Community School students in 3rd through 8th grades.
Read More...

 

What's New

 

 



Coming Soon

 
Visiones e Historia: Mayan Paintings from Guatemala | Latino Arts Gallery
 



Download Latino Arts' Fall 2016 Brochure as a PDF
 


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Latino Arts, Inc. Auditorium & Gallery
1028 S. 9th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53204
(414) 384-3100

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