Opening of Changarrito Project 10th Anniversary Exhibition, Project created by Máximo González / Puerto Vallarta

Changarrito Project 10th Anniversary Exhibition

“3,650 days (and counting…)” at

Oficina de Proyectos Culturales in Puerto Vallarta.

Curated by Martina Santillán.

Artists: Aldo Chaparro Studio, Carlos Huffmann, Iván Buenader, Paloma Blanco, Rafael Uriegas, Topacio Fresh, Marina Sábato, Marta Paulina Lozano, Proyecto Vicente Razo–Ilustraciones Homero Santamaría Padilla, Belén Romero Gunset, María García Ibañez , Julio César Morales, Daniel Silvo, Miguel Calderón, Daniel Alatorre Canto, Franco Mondini-Ruíz, Carlos Chandler, María José Montijano y Cuqui Jeréz, Helena Fernández-Cavada, Rodrigo Red Sandoval, Betsabée Romero, Emilio Rangel y Rocío Montoya Flores.

Máximo González at the Exhibition ‘Tell Me What You Think of Me’, at Texas State University, TX

Tell Me What You Think of Me

curated by Leslie Moody Castro

Categories and definitions are tricky things, especially when they are used to define cultures. While this complex system is often used to identify and generalize cultures outside of the United States, it is also common for North Americans to experience the same type of categorization and definitions abroad. Organized by independent curator Leslie Moody Castro, who divides her time between the United States and Mexico City, Tell Me What You Think of Me explores the humor of these definitions and categorizations placed onto the North American identity. Featuring the works of Donna Conlan, Jonathan Harker, Maximo Gonzalez, Artemio, Ricardo Cuevas, and Emilio Chapela, this exhibition looks at culture, stereotypes, and cultural classification with a lens of humor and irony, inviting the viewer to laugh while rethinking identity.

Tell Me What You Think of Me has been curated specifically for The University Galleries at Texas State University in support of this year’s Common Experience topic, Exploring Democracy’s Promise: From Segregation to Integration. It seeks to pull back the lens on the topic of integration to open a dialog on diversity and culture within a broader global context by looking at the larger stereotypes of culture from the Latin American perspective, projected onto the United States identity.

601 University Drive, San Marcos, TX, Untited States

Monday, February 16 | 5 – 7 pm

Tuesday, February 17 | 2 pm, Gallery [3]
Leslie Moody Castro

Máximo González, Iván Buenader, Donna Conlon, Jonathan Harker, Ricardo Cuevas, Artemio, Emilio Chapela