Recorded Mar 12, 2023

On March 12, 2023, SLOMA welcomed Storytelling artist Marela Zacarías for an artist talk and Q&A at the Palm Theatre. If you missed the talk, it is available below. Find more archived artist talks on our Artist Talks & Panels page.

About the Artist
Zacarías’ works span from large installations to small intimate works. Zacarías has held solo exhibitions at the Brooklyn Museum; Sapar Contemporary, Praxis Gallery; the National Arts Club; and Art at Viacom in New York; MadArt Studio in Seattle, WA; at Wasserman Projects, Detroit; the Brattleboro Museum, Vermont; and Galería Alterna in Mexico City. She has taken part in group exhibitions at Smack Mellon; BRIC; the British Society of American Art; Praxis Gallery; Y Gallery; No Longer Empty; El Museo del Barrio in New York; the Mexican Cultural Institute in Washington, DC; Wasserman Projects in Detroit; and at CCSU Art Gallery in New Britain, CT. Her exhibition at SLOMA will include small wall-based works, sculptural works, and a new body of drawings.

Artist Marela Zacarías, a woman with braided brown hair, wearing an orange jumpsuit stands in front of a large sculpture with folds and colorful geometric patterns

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