Collisions Between Historical Visions: The Art of Enrique Chagoya

Collisions Between Historical Visions is an exhibition of work−including painting, drawing, sculpture, and printmaking (digital and traditional)−created by Stanford University Art and Art History Professor Enrique Chagoya. By juxtaposing secular, popular, and religious symbols from various places and periods−including pre-Columbian mythology, Western religious iconography, ethnic stereotypes, ideological propaganda, and American popular culture−Chagoya’s art frequently addresses cultural clashes over both space and time.