September 22, 2019 Taos, New Mexico

The Harwood Museum of Art

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¡Orale! Kings and Queens of Cool is a four-part exhibition focusing on the Post-Pop or Lowbrow art movement that grew out of West Coast surfer, street and car cultures.  In addition to exploring the West Coast roots of this genre, ¡Orale! will showcase the contemporary expressions of Hispano, Lowrider and street culture in Northern New Mexico. Each of the Harwood Museum of Art’s changing exhibition galleries will focus on a different aspect of this genre.

LOWBROW INSURGENCE: THE RISE OF POST-POP ART
Gallery: Mandelman-Ribak Gallery

NUEVO LOWBROW: POP CULTURE IN THE WEST
Gallery: Peter & Madeleine Martin Gallery

PINSTRIPE MADERA: PINSTRIPING AS MINIMALISM
Gallery: Caroline Lee and Bob Ellis Gallery

 EL TATUAJE: THE TATTOO IN UNDERGROUND CULTURE
 Gallery: George E. Foster, Jr. Gallery of Prints, Drawings, and Photographs                                                             

 ¡Orale! The Kings and Queens of Cool exhibition and opening events are made possible through the generosity of Greg Nelson, Albertsons, Black Mesa Winery, Casa Gallina Bed and Breakfast, Centinel Bank of Taos, El Meze Restaurant, Inger Jirby Gallery and Guest Houses, La Posada de Taos Bed and Breakfast, Metric Motors, Palacio de Marquesa, Station Café 3 one 6, Stella's Italian Restaurant, Taos Art Supply, Taos Cyclery, Taos Lifestyles featuring Sleep Sanctuary, Inc., Taos Tattoo & Piercing Gallery, Town of Taos, Wolfgang's Spa Works.

Media Sponsor: Juxtapoz