Vicente Ortiz Cortez - contemporary Mexican artist - queer gay art - philadelphia new york

Vicente Ortiz Cortez is a contemporary Mexican artist




2084 is an intimate, reflective series of colored pencil drawings. It explores existential anxieties as the real borders with the surreal, raising questions about the fate of nature and humanity.

Works from this series have received international recognition, including an award from Red Line Art Works in Bath, United Kingdom, and a museum acquisition by Museu Da Praia in Alagoas, Brazil.

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Vicente Ortiz Cortez - Arroz con Popote



Arroz con popote, to eat rice pudding with a straw (phallus), is Mexican slang used to describe that someone is homosexual, with or without any intention to offend. "He likes arroz con popote."

This series of work celebrates Vicente's Mexican heritage and LGBTQ+ themes.

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