For years, the history of the rock en español community throughout the world has been documented by hundreds of photographers and artists whose passion for art and music motivate them to capture still moments of the concerts, galleries and gatherings that keep the movement alive.
Beginning this weekend and until November 24, selected photographs and paintings that have captured our Latin Alternative community in freeze frame will be on display in “Siempre es Hoy: A Photographic Exhibition of Musical Proportions”, a Latin Alternative / Rock en Español-themed art exhibit held at The Orange County Center for Contemporary Arts (OCCCA).
The exhibit will feature work of artists who have acknowledged Latin Alternative music as a central and integral part of our cultural experiences. Toni Francois, Maria Madrigal, Alejandra Palacios, and other photographers and artists will have their work on display.
The show’s title, “Siempre es Hoy”, pays homage to legendary musician Gustavo Cerati who has been in a coma since 2010.
The exhibit’s opening reception takes place on November 3 from 6-11:00 p.m.