Panca Solo Exhibition With Additional Solo Shows By Saulo Cisneros And Lael Corbin

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Bread & Salt says
"¿Por qué no eres una niña normal?"
Born in the USA from mexican parents, PANCA is an Illustrator-painter-muralist that resides in Tijuana Mexico. Has been working between Mexico and the United States since 2004. Her work has been on galleries,magazines, on the streets and even on skin. This binational, bilingual and bicultural artist feeds her art from real life and pours it out full of Symbolism.


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Being born and raised in the United States, to then achieve a professional artistic career in Mexico, while divided by a border line, has its social, ideological and aesthetic consequences.

Painting has become something natural for me, it is a tool that helps to assimilate experiences and to project ideas and feelings, it is a daily process that I use to visually communicate topics that, in general, are not discussed that openly. My painting is social observation and criticism, but it is also vulnerability and projection. Whatever experience strikes me in real life ends up in the canvas. My creation process is similar to that of digestion. When painting, I’m usually fragmenting, assimilating and reassembling characters, places, thoughts and feelings, but it is also a sweet escape from a harsh reality. I feel empowered to be able to communicate at a visceral or existential level.
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Saulo Cisneros

Mexicali, Baja California, MEXICO


Sound designer and audio-visual creator with more than 15 years active in the field. Resides in Tijuana. He studied Cinematography at Universidad de las Californias Internacional from 2008 to 2012. His work, be it audio, video or photography, has been shown in different countries around the world. His latest work has been mainly video and film photography in a cross between documentary, art and photojournalism, that depicts the grim contrasts that emerge from the clash between two cultures at the northwest US-Mexican border region.


FROM THE SECOND WORLD

A photographic project (completely shot on film, both on 35mm and medium format) that focuses on details of the everyday life and social conditions that are peculiar to this border region, that are a side effect of the constant dialog that is the daily commercial and cultural exchange between the first and the third world.

With this project I seek to capture the shock that one encounters by living in an underdeveloped country in an area that directly receives a strong cultural and material influx from the neighbor in the North.

This is not a research project, it is not photojournalism. It is a subjective view that falls on situations, spaces, people and objects that manifest in the southern part of the border region.

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Lael Corbin

Thrust,weight,drag,lift

On view in our largest gallery is a continuation of the artists exploration into the the elements of flight
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Max Dailys OSLO will be serving freshly canned fish and cold drinks
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Andrew Alcasid is the new Bread & Salt artist in residence please stop by and say hello
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