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Sanitary Tortilla Factory
401-403 2nd St SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102

(505) 228-3749


Something Old. Something NEW.

Posted in Exhibition
Left: album cover, Zendaya; Right: Apolo Gomez, Homage to Cathy and Joey (self-portrait), 2021, Archival Inkjet Print, Courtesy of the Artist and Kouri + Corrao Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Diego Alonso-Garcia, Apolo Gomez, Tommy Bruce, Travis Bruce Black, Beau Carey, Miguel Chavez, sheri crider,  Sean Hudson, Leighanne Langwell, Earl McBride, Delilah Montoya, Katie Morales, Kate Thiel, Amanda Dannáe Romero and Josh Stuyvesant

June 3 – July 30, 22

Reception: Friday, June 3, 5-8pm

OPEN STUDIOS: June 26, 11-2pm

Zendaya’s 2016 track, Something New was just one of 32 songs that sampled TLC’s, Creep. The familiar rifts of that epic 1994 song ripple through popular playlists and our collective memories. Similarly, artists replicate images, colors and subject matters connecting artists and their audiences to their past and present.  Who’s to say what’s old or new, especially after the time warp of the two plus pandemic years we have stumbled through.  

Please join the artists that occupy the studios of the Sanitary Tortilla Factory (STF) in our first group show of studio artists.  The exhibition includes work of legendary, first wave chicana feminist photographer, Delilah Montoya