Hugo Crosthwaite is a local artist. Raised in Rosarito, B.C., Mexico, just an hour south of us! He’s also a San Diego State Alumni, where many of you may end up transferring to (and also my alma mater). As a San Diegan I feel honored to know Hugo personally and to have his incredible work draw much needed attention to our border region and the strife that so many individuals endure because of the dangerous conditions and uncertain futures that are faced here in our very own backyard.
Hugo created a stop animation film based on his drawings as seen and described below. He won a very prestigious Portraiture award from the Smithsonian just last month.
Washington Post excerpt: “The title of this yearâ€s winning work, by Hugo Crosthwaite, tells us the name of the person represented in the artistâ€s three-minute stop-motion animation of black-and-white drawings. It is â€œA Portrait of Berenice Sarmiento ChÃ¡vez,â€ a young woman from Tijuana, Mexico, who is seeking a better life in the United States. Her face emerges from a blank space, like a piece of paper or canvas, and then we watch as her body is sketched in, as though sheâ€s materialized from nothing. In a series of brief vignettes, we learn about the danger that she, like other migrants, has faced, including violence and sexual harassment.”
This link is to the gallery that he is represented by in Los Angeles. It has biography information and other images of this works.
This link is to his project at Liberty Station in Point Loma.
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