by Sofía Rubio, MA Arts and Lifestyle Journalism, LCC
As a collective, the Latinos Creative Society set up their final event the last weekend to close the academic year: ‘Latin American Myth Deconstruction’ funded by Extra – the Enhanced Postgraduate Community Project Fund, an art exhibition that reframed Latin-American’s identity in London through gender identity, new technologies, lost identity, consumerism, shamanism and urbanism.
Around 35 Latin American and foreigners interested in their culture, presented their artworks at the Crypt Gallery in Euston Road, London. The establishment served perfectly for the exhibit, the Crypt Gallery is regarded as one of the most unique and atmospheric exhibition spaces. Thus seeming to be in line with Latin American art in London, distinctive and lively art.
The exhibition received its visitors with the manifesto and documentation of Latinos Creative Society, an indicative of what you could expect from the event: a collection of creative Latinos mixing together to tackle important issues of our generation.