Carlos Motta: We The Enemy is the first West Coast solo exhibition of artworks by the internationally acclaimed artist Carlos Motta.
Motta (b.1978, Colombia) lives in New York and works across media in installation, film, photography, and sculpture to trace connections between current political crises and repressive notions of gender and sexuality.
Carlos Motta: We The Enemy is free and open to the public. Gallery hours, directions, and parking info can be found here.
Collaborators and sponsors for the exhibition and related events include SFMOMA, UCSC Center for Cultural Studies, Lionel Cantú Queer Resource Center, and the Arts Division. Carlos Motta: We The Enemy has been generously funded by the Nion McEvoy Family Fund, Rowland and Pat Rebele, and annual donors to the Institute of the Arts and Sciences and the Mary Porter Sesnon Art Gallery.