Monday, March 01, 2021

Sunday, February 28, 2021

All Hail the Lorax, Rita Hayworth, MLK, and more ...

Stephen Smith, a former student and always friend, snapped this picture of me whilst visiting @sdsu a couple of years...

Posted by William Nericcio on Sunday, February 28, 2021
The full picture as Zuckerberg's cropping-mania 
mangles the background of the photo:



Monday, February 22, 2021

French Based #Mextasy for TALKING #BrownTV by Memo Nericcio and Fede Aldama !!! c/s

Tuesday, February 09, 2021

#BrownTV in the News!

 

Friday, January 15, 2021

Celebrating its One Year Anniversary Out in the Wild! Talking #BrownTV by Frederick Luis Aldama and William "Memo" Nericcio | From the Ohio State University Press

Friday, January 01, 2021

The Tijuana Story == Classic #textmex Cinema from 1957


 

Thanks to Marisela Norte, our Chicana Virgil of LA mass transit whose Facebook page tipped my eyes to the magic of THE TIJUANA STORY -- a true story dramatized and mextified via Hollywood. Watch it here: https://trailers.to/fa/movie/557116/the-tijuana-story-1957#watch-now

The lobby card photos are outstanding--here are some I found on the internets!









Monday, December 28, 2020

Saturday, December 12, 2020

99¢ Shipping on the Follow-up Book to #Textmex! Talking #BrownTV, Co-Authored by Frederick Luis Aldama and William Nericcio

Wednesday, December 09, 2020

Ho Ho Ho! Put a Little #BrownTV Under the Tree this Christmas 2020!

 

Saturday, November 28, 2020

Chicanos at War: An Echoing Cacophony of Damaging Barrages in Rolando Hinojosa’s The Useless Servants | Book Review

Reviewed Work(s): The Useless Servants by Rolando Hinojosa; Review by: William Anthony Nericcio; Source: World Literature Today, Vol. 69, No. 1, Postmodernism/Postcolonialism (Winter, 1995), pp. 139-140; Published by: Board of Regents of the University of Oklahoma; Stable URL: https://www.jstor.org/stable/40150959

Wednesday, October 21, 2020

What is Mextasy!? An Introduction to the Pop-Up "Circus of Desmadres" -- A Traveling Exhibition Coming Soon to a UC Riverside, and Perhaps, a Gallery, Museum, or University Near You!

Updated October 21, 2020 | Last updated September 22, 2020


Mextasy: Seductive Hallucinations of Latina/o Mannequins Prowling the American Unconscious is a traveling pop-up or gallery-based art show/exhibit based on the work of William "Memo" Nericcio and Guillermo Nericcio Garc√≠a. The traveling exhibition was originally curated by Leticia G√≥mez Franco for Casa Familiar, San Ysidro, California, and Rachel Freyman Brown, South Texas College, McAllen, Texas. Upcoming shows are UC Riverside (virtual via Zoom, thx Covid!) and the University of Detroit, Mercy (eventually). Recent exhibitions include shows at Iowa State University and the Nepantla Cultural Arts Center, Seattle, Washington--other noteworthy gigs include performances at Northwestern University, Wabash College, California State University, San Bernardino, and Franklin & Marshall College.

Mextasy both reflects on and expands upon Nericcio's 2007 American Library Association award-winning book with UT Press, Tex[t]-Mex: Seductive Hallucinations of the Mexican in America. In addition to racist artifacts from American mass culture (the bread and butter of Uncle Sam's unconscious and the backstory for the resurgence in anti-Mexican, anti-Latina/o peoples presently), the show also features works that is "xicanosmotic," that is, works by Mexican-American artists where the delicious fusion of the Mexican/US borderlands/frontera is writ large as in the deliriously delicious artistic tracings of Raul Gonzalez IIIPerry Vasquez, Rafaella Suarez, and Izel Vargas.

Visitors to this page interested in having MEXTASY invade their local gallery/university of choice should contact us here.