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Hoesy Corona


Size: 15 x 15 x 3 inches
Edition Size: 10
Medium: Acrylic paint, medium on canvas

  • 12oz Heavy Canvas
  • Bottom Gusset
  • Reinforced at stress points
  • 21 inch Web Handles


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About the Tote Bag:
The Gift Shop Tote, is a special edition wearable tote bag collection designed by Hoesy Corona. The one of a kind bright, bold, and colorful tote bags were inspired by Hoesy's first-ever job at a plant nursery. The Gift Shop Tote's are not for the faint of heart but are sure to lift the spirits of both the wearer and onlooker alike. The bag is made of canvas and the original design is in acrylic.

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About the Artist:
Hoesy Corona (Baltimore, MD) is an emerging and uncategorized queer Mexican artist living and working in the United States. He makes work across a variety of media spanning installation, performance, and video. He is a recent Halcyon Arts Lab Fellow 2017-2018 in Washington, DC and a Tulsa Artist Fellow 2019 & 2020 in Tulsa, OK. He creates otherworldly narratives centering marginalized individuals in society by exploring a process based practice that investigates what it means to be a queer Latinx immigrant in a place where there are few. Hoesy has exhibited widely in galleries, museums, and public spaces in the United States and abroad. His colorful sculptural works fitted to the human body have been presented at The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, The Baltimore Museum of Art, Transformer DC, and The Reach at The Kennedy Center. His research has been supported by various regional and national grants, including The Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Award, The Ruby’s Artist Grant, The MAP Fund Grant, and The Andy Warhol Foundation Grit Fund Grant among others. In recent years Hoesy has been in residence at Ox-Box School of Art, Washington College Kohl Gallery Residency, and The Merriweather District Artist in Residence. In 2020 he was the recipient of The Municipal Art Society of Baltimore Artist Travel Prize.



www.hoesycorona.com


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Monday Nov 5 2018