Artist Statement: The cousin-artist duo come from a huge vibrant Mexican-American family in El Paso. Their grandmother’s house was always filled with color, sound, and life. As artists in the family, they observed their surroundings, absorbed it and continue to recreate it in their own artistic ways. This artwork is not about the physical space of the house, it is about the feelings they had from when they were in it: love, happiness, laughter, playfulness. It is through this colorful piano they invite you to explore those feelings.
  • 2016

The House on 1418 – La Casa en la 1418


Alina Reyas

Public Location

Inwood Hill Park (June 9 - 19, 2016)

Permanent Home

P.S. 8 The Luis Belliard School (Delivered Fall 2016)

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