EXHIBITION: Fred Brashear, Jr: Handle With Care, a special project of the MexiCali Biennial’s program ‘Land of Milk & Honey’ at the San Bernardino County Museum

San Bernardino County Museum 2024 Orange Tree Ln, Redlands, CA 92374, Redlands, CA

Artist Fred Brashear, Jr.'s solo exhibition Handle with Care: A special project of the MexiCali Biennial program, Land of Milk and Honey, presented by the San Bernardino County Museum. This exhibition researches and explores the use of the Opuntia, a genus in the family of Cactaceae that includes the prickly pear (nopal), as an alternative […]

EXHIBITION: ‘UN/belonging in the Land of Milk & Honey’ at Best Practice Gallery

Best Practice Gallery 1955 Julian Ave, San Diego, CA

The MexiCali Biennial presents 'UN/belonging in the Land of Milk & Honey' guest curated by Emmanuel Ortega. This two-person exhibition explores belonging and place through Landscape representation by biennial co-founders and artists Ed Gomez and Luis G. Hernandez.

The MexiCali Biennial: ART, ACTION, AND EXCHANGES in Baja/California Symposium

The Cheech Center for Chicano Arts and Culture of the Riverside Arts Museum 3581 Mission Inn Avenue, Riverside

This event will host artists, curators, and scholars to discuss the MexiCali Biennial and its importance to the history of Latin American, Latinx, and U.S-Mexico borderlands art.. The event will feature three panels of speakers, organized by major themes.

Land of Milk & Honey Video Program

Join us at the Cheech Center for a day of video programming where guest curators Annette Rodriguez and Emmanuel Ramos Barajas of Borderless Cultures explore cinematic tropes of identity relating to Steinbeck and themes addressed in 'Land of Milk & Honey.'