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'You're Good... For a Latina Filmmaker'

Denise Soler Cox | Posted 02.01.2016 | Latino Voices
Denise Soler Cox

By describing myself as a "first-time Latina filmmaker," was I buying into the notion of being good, but not that good? Was I conveying that somehow I fell short of the industry bar?

Welcome To The Radical World Of Contemporary Collage

The Huffington Post | Priscilla Frank | Posted 10.08.2015 | Arts

Think of an artist locked up in the studio, trembling before a blank canvas, paintbrush in hand, ideas and potential visions swirling in the imaginati...

I Have a Dream -- That Latinos Are Seen Beyond the Prism of Immigration

César Vargas | Posted 08.19.2015 | Latino Voices
César Vargas

Yes, some of us are immigrants, but we are more than just immigrants because there's no such thing as just immigrants. We dream, we create, we accomplish. We are who we say we are. Not what anyone labels us as.

Ankore: Tearing It Down and Putting It Up

Lisa Derrick | Posted 02.22.2015 | Latino Voices
Lisa Derrick

Ankore roams the streets at night, looking for a wall to paint. During the day, he's a soft spoken, earnest guy from Central America who works in a factory for minimum wage; when the sun sets, he finds a wall and begins to passionately paint.

PHOTOS: What Your Favorite Latino Artists Looked Like In The '90s

Posted 12.01.2014 | Latino Voices

Oh glorious '90s! Big hair, overly done make-up and the anthems of (what seems) not so long ago remain vivid in our memories. Before Shakira's blo...

LOOK: 10 Of The Best Latino Artists In The U.S.

VOXXI | Veronique de Miguel | Posted 08.24.2013 | Latino Voices

Art is definitely one of my passions, particularly the artistic expression of contemporary Latin artists. In fact, I dedicate part of my time to them....

Fridas Kahlo’s Fashionable Wardrobe Exhibited In Her Mexico Home

Posted 11.27.2012 | Latino Voices

It's been almost six decades since her death, but it seems like Mexican surrealist Frida Kahlo is more alive than ever -- immortalized through her art...

Kennedy Center Hasn't Recognized A Single Latino Artist In A Decade

The Huffington Post | Samreen Hooda | Posted 09.21.2012 | Latino Voices

This year five more artists will receive the prestigious Kennedy Center Honors, and once again no Latino artists will be among the awardees. In fact ...

MTV Announces 2012 Latino Artist Award Noms

Carolina Moreno | Posted 08.21.2012 | Latino Voices

The face of music in the U.S. is slowly changing -- well, at least its ethnicity is. When the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards released their nominees Tues...

Piso/Floor II of III

Soldanela Rivera | Posted 10.15.2012 | Latino Voices
Soldanela Rivera

De Rumbo de Rumba opened the door for el rumbo de Piso Proyecto. The proposal takes a transportable floor wherein a body in it, goes out to face the world encumbered by its external dangers but also prepared to be received.

Piso Floor Part I of III

Soldanela Rivera | Posted 10.03.2012 | Latino Voices
Soldanela Rivera

In dance one has nothing but oneself. It is truly a vulnerable place and space to exist in. The body intelligence leads and the physical interpretation appears differently on every individual.

6 Artists I Wouldn't Miss at SXSW

Voto Latino | Posted 05.04.2012 | Latino Voices
Voto Latino

Remezcla broke down the full list of Latin artists performing at SXSW, and here I give you six acts not to be missed.

Artist Spotlight: René Garcia, Jr.

Jessica Hoppe | Posted 03.05.2012 | Latino Voices
Jessica Hoppe

René, a renowned artist and founding member of the Project One Gallery in San Francisco, seeks to create art that is fun and accessible to all.

Out-and-Out: Gay and Lesbian Latino Artists Shine

Noel Alumit | Posted 08.30.2011 | Arts
Noel Alumit

In El Vuelo, artist Juan Solis begins with a portrait of a solemn Latino man. Beneath the man is a cage, the door is open, and a bird has taken flight. This spirit of freedom is what it feels like to experience Out-and-Out.