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Carlos Rosales-Silva

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Published on Apr 23, 2012

Carlos Rosales-Silva's work ranges from performance and installation to works on paper and sculpture. Utilizing his Mexican-American and Native American background, Rosales-Silva's visual explorations traverse academic history, oral familial histories, pop cultural representations, and exploitations. Through the use of humor and iconographical exchange among his carefully curated found objects, he is able to challenge the absurdities of social hierarchies in class and race.

Along with his ongoing individual work, Rosales-Silva is a part of Austin's Okay Mountain art collective. Comprised of eight other artists, this collective's creations span sculptural installations, performance, murals, video, drawing, and sound art in a variety of museum, gallery, and alternative spaces. Rosales-Silva's upcoming solo exhibitions will be in Houston's Box 13 later this year and at the Mexican American Cultural Center in Austin in 2011. Okay Mountain will be showing at Freight + Volume in New York City, NY in July 2010, the Austin Museum of Art in August 2010, San Antonio's McNay Museum, and University of Houston's Blaffer gallery in early 2011.

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