INFORMATION
  AMOR DIGITAL presents “URL Exhibit” — a virtual gallery created to showcase artwork as we deal w shelter in place and a collective social uprising against racist state violence.

This gallery is open to everyone and all levels welcome. This is *for us*

Artists are encouraged to sell their work and link back to their websites and portfolios.

Our hope is that we can share digital space, support artists, and express ourselves on the internet — a place where a lot of us grew up, forged identities and merges with the physical world more and more each day.

ALL BLACK LIVES MATTER

LAS VIDAS NEGRAS IMPORTAN

PERREO IS POLITICAL


For any further submissions please click on “email” below. Online exhibit will be updated weekly. 

FOR SUBMISSIONS INCLUDE:
NAME + SOCIAL MEDIA HANDLE
WEBSITE/ONLINE SHOP
VENMO/CASHAPP
ARTIST STATEMENT




CONTACT 
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JONATHAN JIMENEZ - SAN FRANCISCO





Artist: Jonathan Jimenez
Location: San Francisco
Medium: Poetry

Contact Info
︎ pupusazaddy
︎ pupusazaddy


Not selling, but if possible I am accepting donations if folks enjoyed my work.

Venmo: @pupusazaddy
Cash App: $pupusazaddy
"Sol y tierra" and "Luna y mar" are different sides of the same cloth. As a Gemini I believe these works help exhibit my duality when it comes to my relationship with myself and how I am positioned in the world. I wanted to be able confront aspects of myself tat I have been taught to be uncomfortable with or ashamed and decided to write odes/acknowledgments to my brownness and femininity. Since we live in a racialized and gendered world dictated by capitalism, white supremacy, patriarchy and other systems of power, these aspects of myself left me at a perceived disadvantage. My brown skin and feminine demeanor shaped my perception of the world due to the real life implications of race and gender which were exacerbated by my class background growing up. For most of my life these were qualities of myself that I somehow had to make up for. Now I am putting them at the forefront. The Sun, Land, Moon, and Sea oversaw and cared for my people for generations in El Salvador and even now in the various places we now call home. My being and the being of those who have been "othered" is a legacy of that. 

“Never Knew Love Like This” is a piece that came out of feelings of tenderness and as an act of love and gratitude for the chosen family I have managed to build for myself. It's a reminder to cherish and celebrate QTIBIPOC while we are still here and to make room for joy and pleasure as revolutionary acts. This important not just around Pride but year-round. We exist as both revolutionary and celebratory beings and more than worthy of love and respect.