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Antonio Lechuga is a multidisciplinary artist who was born [1985] in Dallas, TX where he currently lives and works. He attended Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) in Los Angeles, CA.

Antonio’s practice focuses on the intersection of art, design, architecture and social change. He uses a varied visual language of materials and processes to discuss and investigate his culture and existence; both his existence and experiences as a Tejano living in the 21st century and it’s constant battle with the erasure of that history.

Antonio uses the current condition of today’s political climate to inform and guide his work. Through investigations, research and new technologies Antonio begins to piece together new narratives of a future for the Mexican-American of the Texas region while emphasizing and highlighting it’s rich, deep and turbulent past.

He has exhibited work both nationally and internationally but most previously at many regional Dallas-Fort Worth institutions including 500X Gallery, the Geometric MADI Museum, Arts Fort Worth, Craighead Green Gallery, Ro2 Art Gallery, ArtRoom, Love Texas Art Gallery and both the Oak Cliff Cultural Center and Latino Cultural Center in Dallas, TX respectively. His work is included in private collections across the U.S. He has had solo exhibitions in 2022 at Love Texas Art Gallery, Fort Worth, TX, in 2023 at the Oak Cliff Cultural Center in Dallas, TX and most recently in early 2024 at Daisha Board Gallery in Dallas, TX, where he is currently represented. He has an upcoming solo exhibitions slated for 2024 at the Latino Cultural Center in Dallas, TX titled Flowers for the Living - 2022.