“I portray the struggles and healing Tejana/Chicana women face in the contemporary moment by basing it on my own experience. These conflicts vary from identity, culture, language, class, race, body, and beauty.”
“Represento las dificultades y sanamiento que enfrentan las mujeres Tejana / Chicana en el momento contemporáneo basándome en mi propia experiencia.
Estos conflictos varían sobre identidad, cultura, idioma, clase, raza, cuerpo y belleza.“
Garza, Alondra M

Photography by Maria Villalvazo

Alondra M Garza is an artist, curator, and director. She was born on the Mexican side of the TexMex RGV borderlands and obtained dual citizenship. Garza received an MFA at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, a BFA at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, and attended master classes at the New York Academy of Art.

Her interdisciplinary artwork has been exhibited internationally across the U.S., Mexico, and Italy. Including solo exhibitions at Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MN), Modus Locus (MN), Pink Slip Gallery (MN), two-person shows at MCAD (MN), Art in Motion (MN), and group exhibitions at A.I.R Gallery, (N.Y.C), The Minneapolis Institute of Art (MN), The Brownsville Museum of Fine Arts (TX), Museo Miguél Alemán (MEX), and YAG Garage Galeria (ITL), among others. She has attended art residencies around the U.S., including the Weisman Art Museum. She has received fellowships, grants, and awards from Forecast Public Art, the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Emerging Curators Institute, and the New York Academy of Art.
Garza is the founder of SEMILLAS, https://semillasgaleria.com/ a non-conventional Latine gallery by being awarded the 2022 Visual Arts Fund grant through the Warhol Foundation. She is the Sr. Coordinator of Latine Arts and Culture at Comunidades Latinas Unidas En Servicio, a 2024 grantee of the National Endowment for The Arts. She is part of the Fresh Eye Gallery Advisory Board and is a former professor at Augsburg University and the Minneapolis College of Art and Design.
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