OPENING RECEPTION “El Segundo Vientre” at Consulate General of México in Houston

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OPENING RECEPTION “El Segundo Vientre” at Consulate General of México in Houston

June 14 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm


EXHIBIT ON VIEW JUNE 14 – AUGUST 10, 2024: “El Segundo Vientre / The Second Womb” at the Consulate General of México in Houston offers a deep and multifaceted view of migration, presented through the photographs of four talented artists who explore this topic from different perspectives.


The exhibition seeks not only to highlight the humanity behind each migratory story, but also to question the concept of belonging and the territorial conflicts that have marked human history.

Through this interactive and moving experience, visitors are invited to reflect on the ties that unite us across borders and empathize with the stories of those searching for a place to call home. Immerse yourself and discover how art can transform our understanding of migration and territory, revealing the deep connections we share as human beings.

Alex Ramos, a visionary in art and technology, presents interactive installations that invite viewers to participate in ever-changing virtual landscapes. His works reflect the experience of uprooting and adaptation, symbolizing the continuous transformation of identity in a new environment.

Jatziri Barron, painter and muralist, exhibits a series of intensely personal paintings based on her migratory experience. Her vibrant work captures the essence of nostalgia and hope, offering an intimate look at the emotions and challenges faced by migrants.

Raquel Natalicchio, a talented American photographer currently working for the Houston Chronicle, documents the lives of immigrants on the border and throughout the United States. Her photographs, full of rawness and sensitivity, reveal the resilience and humanity of those who seek a new beginning, facing dangers and barriers on their path.

Troy Ezequiel Montes, son of immigrants and introspective photographer, explores his roots through his lens. His intimate images highlight the lasting impact of migration on subsequent generations, showing how heritage and memory intertwine with identity.

TECHNOLOGY + PHOTOGRAPHY take the viewer on a journey exploring immigration and the ties that unite us across borders.


Jatziri Barron Studio
(956) 534-3222
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Consulate General of México
3200 Rogerdale Rd.
Houston, 77042 United States
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