Accepting art work for:
Call for Entries
2da Caida Art Show
Lucha Libre is Mexican professional wrestling that is characterized by colorful masks. Lucha libre dates back to 1863. The first Mexican wrestler, was Enrique Ugartechea, he invented Lucha libre from Greco-Roman wrestling. In 1942, El Santo, the silver-masked wrestler made his debut. He became one of the most popular luchadores in Mexico. He became a folk hero and a symbol of justice for the common man. Blue Demon was El Santos rival. Mil Mascaras introduced the high flying moves of Lucha Libre.
Artists are encouraged to create art that focuses on the LUCHA LIBRE theme.
Show dates: March 17th - April 21, 2018
No fee to enter
This is a juried show.
Deadline for online submissions: Sunday, March 4, 2018
Submit your images in JPEG format and title each file with your full name and entry number (e.g. Catrina_muerta1.jpeg)
There is a 3 piece limit, size restrictions no bigger than 4ftx4ft
Artists will be notified of acceptance during the week of March 5, 2018, and art drop off will be the weekend of March 10-11, 2018.
Sales: A 30% commission will be retained by Gallery Azul from the retail price listed on the entry form. All works must be available for purchase.
Location of show: Gallery Azul
520 W. 8th Street
San Pedro, CA 90731
Contact: Ray Vasquez (562) 225-8535
Complete form below to be added to our patron and/or artist list.