Entre Mis Mundos: The Long Inner Journey Of A Salvi Artist Born In Brooklyn, NY

"Entre Mis Mundos" is on view at Ma's House & BIPOC Art Studio Inc. from September 23 to November 25
By: Bitextuales
BROOKLYN, N.Y. - Sept. 4, 2023 - PRLog -- Sueey Gutierrez, a Salvadoran-American featured artist, is honored to have her second solo show titled "Entre Mis Mundos", to be held in the cultural heart of Shinnecock Indian Nation territory. The exhibit will run from September 23 through November 25, 2023, at Ma's House & BIPOC Art Studio, located at 159 Old Point Rd, Southampton, NY 11968.

This New York native explores the effects of emotional release, displacement, loneliness, grief, trust issues, a sense of self-preservation, and a celebration of Latino-ness through work exclusively made for this exhibit. "I am allowing the public to get to know me more. Before, my art spoke more about my culture, but it didn't allow people to get to know me. I don't think I am ever going to be an open book for everyone. To be honest, I am a very private person. However, in this exhibition, my intention is to let go of feelings that no longer help me move forward. This is my way of doing that," shared the artist.

These captivating images capture the natural splendor of Gutierrez's inner world. Her ability to evoke emotion and tell compelling stories through her eyes has made her a prominent figure in and around the New York art scene.

The exhibit´s opening will take place on Saturday, September 23, from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., and will be open to the public until the gala closing. All works will be available for sale.

About Sueey Gutierrez

Is a New York-based artist born and raised in Brooklyn. Her family is Salvadoran of Mayan descent. She began drawing at the age of 3 and by 6 years old had received a scholarship to study art at the Brooklyn Museum. She has a BA degree from the Fashion Institute of Technology. Her passion for art is highly influenced by her cultural background and her familial heritage. Her works examine what is beautiful, strong, and powerful in women of color. Her pieces are in the hands of private collectors located in New York, California, Puerto Rico, El Salvador, and Spain. She is a member of the art panel for the Old Bethpage Village Restoration since 2013.


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