Sin Título’s mission is to present the work of emerging, mid-career, and established Latino and Chicano artists from Latin America through online exhibitions, a physical exhibition space, and guest-curatorial engagements to explore some of the most dynamic, and often underrepresented art movements of the 20th and 21st centuries including La Ruptura period, the Chicano Art Movement, the Art of Resistance in Oaxaca, Mexican Abstraction, Street Art, and Textile Arts to name a few. The gallery currently has two group exhibitions showcasing the work of over 50 artists: Mainly Mexican and The Art of Oaxaca.
Before Sin Título was established in the ‘glass and brass’ Union Square location, Co-founder Ernesto Quintanilla had established a successful cyber-gallery and expanded its physical presence through several pop-up exhibitions. The gallery’s online presence through various platforms opened its doors to a global market. We have sold and shipped artworks throughout the U.S., Europe and Mexico. The continued survival, indeed flourishing, of Sin Título Gallery during the pandemic is a testament to its ability to navigate a difficult business environment and to chart new directions in the Latin American art market.
At present, the gallery showcases mid- and late-20th century modern masters including Rufino Tamayo and Francisco Toledo, as well as contemporary artists from the United States, Mexico, and other countries throughout Central and South America in both its physical location and online on multiple platforms. Closer to home, Sin Título Gallery has recently added eight Bay Area-based artists to its program featuring Chicano, Latino and Mexican art.