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Photo courtesy of Alejandro Macias

Texas native and University of Arizona Assistant Professor of Painting and Drawing Alejandro Macias‘ solo exhibition, "Hidden in Plain Sight," presents new, and recent works that reflect on his Mexican-American experience and a broader range of borderland and Latinx issues.

The collection of 25 pieces include works on canvas, paper and wood panel and showcase a variety of drawing and painting techniques and mediums. Macias investigates socio-political trepidations and the deeper struggle of migrants across the border. He explores broader themes of underrepresentation, misrepresentation, and misconceptions of marginalized people along the borderlands across the United States.

The exhibition will be available to view online through July 25.

Texas native and University of Arizona Assistant Professor of Painting and Drawing Alejandro Macias‘ solo exhibition, "Hidden in Plain Sight," presents new, and recent works that reflect on his Mexican-American experience and a broader range of borderland and Latinx issues.

The collection of 25 pieces include works on canvas, paper and wood panel and showcase a variety of drawing and painting techniques and mediums. Macias investigates socio-political trepidations and the deeper struggle of migrants across the border. He explores broader themes of underrepresentation, misrepresentation, and misconceptions of marginalized people along the borderlands across the United States.

The exhibition will be available to view online through July 25.

Texas native and University of Arizona Assistant Professor of Painting and Drawing Alejandro Macias‘ solo exhibition, "Hidden in Plain Sight," presents new, and recent works that reflect on his Mexican-American experience and a broader range of borderland and Latinx issues.

The collection of 25 pieces include works on canvas, paper and wood panel and showcase a variety of drawing and painting techniques and mediums. Macias investigates socio-political trepidations and the deeper struggle of migrants across the border. He explores broader themes of underrepresentation, misrepresentation, and misconceptions of marginalized people along the borderlands across the United States.

The exhibition will be available to view online through July 25.

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WHERE

Presa House Gallery
725 S. Presa St.
San Antonio, TX 78210
http://www.presahouse.com/

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