AMBOS at the Mexican Consulate in Los Angeles October 21 - December 9, 2016 Opening Reception: October 21, 6pm - 9pm AMBOS at the Mexican Consulate in Los Angeles will feature works made at the US/Mexico border crossing in San Ysidro this past August. Artists included in this incredible exhibition are Tanya Aguiñiga, Ingrid Hernandez & Pieter Wisse, Moisés Horta Velenzuela, Cog*nate Collective, Gina Clyne, Eduardo Trejo and Marina Viruete.   Founded by Tanya, AMBOS is a project created to recontextualize borders and generate a localized hub for international collaboration. Through the repurposing of a vacant storefront this past August at the US/Mexico border crossing in San Ysidro, AMBOS (Art Made Between Opposite Sides) served as an idea lab for international creative collaboration. Through artist interventions and commuter collaborations that address bi-national transition and identity, AMBOS seeks to create a greater sense of interconnectedness in the border region, while simultaneously documenting the border artisan market scheduled for demolition.  CONSULMEX LA 2401 W. 6th Street Los Angeles, CA 90057 AMBOS is made possible through the generous support of Creative Capital and National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC).  Photograph by Gina Clyne

AMBOS at the Mexican Consulate in Los Angeles
October 21 - December 9, 2016
Opening Reception: October 21, 6pm - 9pm


AMBOS at the Mexican Consulate in Los Angeles will feature works made at the US/Mexico border crossing in San Ysidro this past August. Artists included in this incredible exhibition are Tanya Aguiñiga, Ingrid Hernandez & Pieter Wisse, Moisés Horta Velenzuela, Cog*nate Collective, Gina Clyne, Eduardo Trejo and Marina Viruete.  

Founded by Tanya, AMBOS is a project created to recontextualize borders and generate a localized hub for international collaboration. Through the repurposing of a vacant storefront this past August at the US/Mexico border crossing in San Ysidro, AMBOS (Art Made Between Opposite Sides) served as an idea lab for international creative collaboration. Through artist interventions and commuter collaborations that address bi-national transition and identity, AMBOS seeks to create a greater sense of interconnectedness in the border region, while simultaneously documenting the border artisan market scheduled for demolition. 


CONSULMEX LA
2401 W. 6th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90057

AMBOS is made possible through the generous support of Creative Capital and National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC). 

Photograph by Gina Clyne