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Bodega Cultural Art Show

The Clemente cordially invites you to the opening of Bodega Cultural

A visual arts group exhibition @ The Abrazo Interno Gallery

Opening Reception: Thursday, October 16, 2014 - From 6 - 9 pm

Abrazo Interno Gallery (2nd Floor)
The Clemente Soto Velez Center
107 Suffolk Street (between Rivington & Delancey)
F train to Delancey

Featuring the work of:

Mariliana Arvelo, Rene Juan de la Cruz, Silvio de la Cruz, Maria Domínguez
Alejandro Epifanio, Pedro González, Josue Guarionex, Giannina Gutiérrez
Jonas Hidalgo, Haisi Hu, Lena Imamura, Yne Leal, Rei Lem
Bibiana Medkova, Christian Montalvo, Tony Montalvo
Juan Fernando Morales-Nazario, Elle Pérez, Miguel Trelles, Cristóbal Vivar

 

New York Comic-Con

(October 9 -12, 2014)

Alpha Godz would like to send a sincere thank you to all those that stopped by the booth this year. We are so grateful to those that are return visitors, as well as those that "discovered" us for the first time. We met some truly amazing people this year; people that were inspired and passioante about our work. That kind of energy is beyond awesome and reminds us why we continue to pursue our dreams. Thanks again! Special thanks goes out to Miguel Trelles, our family and friends for their continued support. See you again next year!

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MONSTROS (May 5th - 20th, 2011)

Clemente Soto Velez Cultural & Educational Center
107 Suffolk Street, Between Delancey & Rivington Streets, NY
Abrazo Interno Gallery, 2nd Floor

From the Creative force behind FWACATA! Look At My Hands.

MONSTROS incorporates Pre-Colombian myths and legends, with contemporary “monsters” to visually highlight Latino folklore. Comprised of a diverse artistic coalition with techniques ranging from works on paper, prints, paintings and multimedia. The exhibit seeks to explore and educate through these legends that have become an intrinsic part of our history

Featuring: Jason Claudio, Tenjin Ikeda, Leslie Jimenez, Antonio "Titanium" Montalvo, Christian "XIAN" Montalvo, Robert Nuñez, David Quiles, Wilson Ramos, Jr., Miguel Trelles & Julio Valdez.

SEE WHAT I MEAN

Feat. the Visual Haiku "Look At My Hands"
with Art by Christian "XIAN" Montalvo, Antonio "Titanium" Montalvo, Anibal Arroyo, David Quiles & Wilson Ramos Jr.

December 3, 2010 - January 15, 2011
Opening Reception: Friday, December 3, 6-9PM

Taller Boricua
1680 Lexington Ave, NYC, NY 10029

www.Tallerboricua.org

SAN DIEGO - JUNE 2011

A.G.E. Studios / Titanium Toyz was proudly represented in the Toyqube Booth at this year's San Diego Comic-con. The premier of Titanium, the new custom figure, was extremely well recieved. Antonio "Titanium" Montalvo would like to extend his appreciation for those that showed their love and support.

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NEW YORK COMIC-CON (October 2011)

New York Comic-Con was Awesome! Can't wait to do it again next year. Special thanks to Titanium and his awesome Titanium Toyz as well as our esteemed boothmate Jared Flynn from Room 909. Shout out to our extended family in Section 8 Studios, MAS Media Studios & Hybridborn Comics. A.G.E. Studios is also honored by all the love and support we received by those that stopped by our booth. Thank you all so much.

www.nycomiccon.com

21st Medical Complex Art Show

October 26, 2011 - January 31, 2012

Opening Reception: October 26, 4PM - 6PM

Featuring All New Art by Christian Montalvo

Sponsored by the Weill Cornell Medical Library

library.weill.cornell.edu/Art/

New York Comic-Con

(October 11 -14, 2012)

Meager words cannot describe how grateful we at A.G.E. Studios / Alpha Godz Entertainment are, for the outpouring of love and support we received at the NY Comic-con. We were blessed in an awe inspiring way. Thanks to all those that helped to make this year's show the best yet! Hope to see you again next year.

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Custom Zemis by XIAN & TITANIUM

The 20 Coolest Limited-Edition Art Toys From New York Comic Con 2012

Blouin Artinfo

Alpha Godz' customized Zemis had the honor of being named number 15 !

"These carved Batman and Captain America totems are one of a kind, and the lucky owners will likely be able to ward off the bad juju of villains — if they are lucky enough to snag them. They were both already sold when we arrived."

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ALPHA GODZ PRESENT ZEMIS

The newest addition to our Collectible Offerings.

Envisioned by XIAN and hand casted and sculpted by TITANIUM.

Zemis come from Taino legend.  They can represent either a deity or the spirit of an ancestor.  Typically the sculpture, which can be carved of various materials like bone, wood, shell or stone, can also contain that spirit which it is meant to depict.  While many Taino deities are recognized by their individual names, Zemis are often lesser divinities that can control natural forces.  They are recognized as beings with supernatural and magic powers, consulted for wisdom and healing by those regarded as medicine people. Zemis are relative to the Greater Antilles: Dominican Republic, Cuba, Puerto Rico and other Caribbean islands. These Zemis are hand sculpted and cast in resin,  available in multiple colors and varieties Designed and sculpted by TITANIUM and XIAN.

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FWACATA!! A Latino Comic Experience

(June 20th - 30th, 2013)

OPENING RECEPTION:THURSDAY, JUNE 20TH, 7-10PM

Clemente Soto Velez Cultural & Educational Center
107 Suffolk Street, Between Delancey & Rivington Streets, NY
Abrazo Interno Gallery, 2nd Floor

There are icons throughout Latino history that are larger than life, whether they be musicians like Celia Cruz, activists like Frida Khalo, or dictators like Fidel Castro. These individuals are in every sense of the word Latino "Heroes & Villains". The artists in the show are portraying these figures through the lens of the Comic book medium, with it’s myriad stylistic choices, and spotlighting the impact of these icons and comics on popular culture

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Bodega Cultural NYC

“We brew experiences that inspire legendary lives.” - Heineken USA
 
 Every city takes pride in its shops, food markets being the most essential among them.  Many cities even have a smaller and often ubiquitous type of market that serves as an important hub for each community.  In New York City these “convenience” stores are often called delis or bodegas.
 
At the bodega we shop for our families, getting food, home supplies and beer.  Who hasn’t dropped in to a bodega on his or her way to a party to get a six pack. . . .
 
At Bodega Cultural NYC, 20 local artists (Feat. Alpha Godz) have partnered with Heineken for a unique advertising campaign that seeks to infuse the Heineken trademark with 20 highly idiosyncratic visions.  Our visions aim to place the bodega at the center of an Urban Renaissance, turning it into a “bodega mundo”, perhaps the most culturally relevant site within our vibrant cityscape.
 
We hope you look at the bodega with new eyes, enjoy our work and buy a beer.  Enjoy responsibly

www.bodegaculturalnyc.com

New York Comic-Con

(October 10 -13, 2013)

Alpha Godz would like to thank all those that showed us love and stop by our booth at this year's New York Comic-con. We are truly blessed and honored. We look forward to seeing you all again next year!

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MONTALVO BROTHERS AT RPI'S SHELNUT GALLERY

Latino Heritage Month at RPI

(September 26th - November 20th, 2013)

OPENING RECEPTION:THURSDAY, JUNE 20TH, 7-10PM

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (Student Union)
15th Street and Sage Avenue, Troy, NY
Shelnut Gallery, 3rd Floor

Curated by Mary Udell

Gallery Hours Sundays noon to 3PM

All other times: Call the Union for availability (518) 276-6505