Our primary installation project is rotated biannually, reaching approximately 3.8 million views during each presentation. The exhibiting work acts as a point of departure for workshops, lectures, and online programming that benefit the direct community as well as those visiting across the Internet.

Exhibitions are presented biannually (January–June, July–December) and must pertain to concepts relating to global population growth. Considered themes may include, but are not limited to: suburbanization, gentrification, environmental commoditization and degradation, historical record, space exploration, and social-political issues. All exhibitions must include at least one artist that is of Latin American origin (having been born in Latin America or lived at least three years in Latin America). Non-Latin American artists whose work addresses Latin American issues may also be considered.

Exhibition submissions are received year-round and are reviewed in February, May, August, and November. Our current schedule is booked at least one year in advance. If you would like to submit a proposal, please contact us to receive more information.