As longtime fans (and neighbors) of NYC’s design gallery Chamber, we were shocked to hear that its owner, gallerist Juan Garcia Mosqueda, was detained upon re-entry to the US and sent back to Buenos Aires recently. Mosqueda, a legal resident of the US for the last decade, who lives on the Lower East Side, was returning to oversee the opening of the gallery’s latest exhibition. After a 14-hour interrogation and waiting process, Mosqueda was denied entry. In an open letter, he vocalizes his opposition to the 45th President’s overall immigration policy and staunchly anti-art stance, while encouraging all to contact your government representatives and ask for a more inclusive nation.
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