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Artist Talk: Sebastian Hernandez

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On Tuesday, April 28, multi-disciplinary artist Sebastian Hernandez will be sharing their experience and influences including queer theory, brownness, feminist theoretical analysis, and their Aztec and Mexica heritage.

Los Angeles, CA, native and multi-disciplinary artist ​Sebastian Hernandez will be visiting Pace (virtually!) to speak about their work, which ranges from drawings to paintings to performance art. Largely, their focus is on “a feminist theoretical analysis, queer theory, brownness, and notions of collectivity as modes of thinking and generating works that shift and complicate Mexican and Chicano narratives in the contemporaneous social imagination.” Hernandez is influenced by their indigenous Aztec and Mexica heritage, sparking not only physical works of art, but also music! They founded YOU, a monthly QPOC underground dance party that features contemporary DJs in Los Angeles.

Be there when Hernandez speaks about their unique and powerful experiences as an artist:

Tuesday, April 28, 2020
3:25 p.m.
Registration link will be available in the Pace Art Gallery Instagram bio

This special opportunity is brought to you by the Pace University Art Gallery team, which hosts a number of important and culturally significant talks with contemporary artists. Follow them on Instagram for more events like this one!