Center for Contemporary Art P
Injustice, empowerment and international struggle are themes addressed in "Voice for the Voiceless," a solo show by Malaquias Montoya, one of the founders of the socially conscious silkscreen print movement of the mid-1960s. An Aztec blessing and book signing will be featured at the opening at the Center for Contemporary Art, Sacramento, 1519 19th St. (916) 498-9811, www.ccasac.org
O La Raza Galería Posada
Danny Correa's colorful installation "Por Mis Tatas Abuelitos" ("For My Great Grandparents") takes center stage in the Day of the Dead exhibition at La Raza Galería Posada, 1022-1024 22nd St. (916) 446-5133, www.larazagaleriaposada.org
O Evolve, The Gallery
The richly colored, emotive, abstract paintings of distinguished African American artist Richard Mayhew are up at Evolve, The Gallery, 2907 35th St. Mayhew will be present at the Second Saturday opening at the gallery in Oak Park after delivering a lecture at the Crocker Art Museum, 216 O St., at 3 p.m. (916) 572-5123, www.evolvethegallery.com
Axis Gallery P
The provocative, idea-based sculptures of Ron Peetz are up with figure paintings by Ron Paulat at Axis Gallery, 1517 19th St. (916) 443-9900, www.axisgallery.org
Solomon Dubnick Gallery M
The Stone Age meets Modernism in Phill Evans' kinetic and static sculptures made of stone, metal, glass and wood. The show is up at Solomon Dubnick's new quarters in The Building at 1021 R St. (916) 444-3868
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