Residency Dates
  • July 2024 – August 2024

Felix Quintana (born in Lynwood, California) is a first-generation Salvadoran-American artist and educator. He received an MFA in Photography from San Jose State University and a BA in Studio Art from Cal Poly Humboldt. Quintana’s multidisciplinary work spans photography, digital media, collage, writing, and teaching. Solo exhibitions include Residency Art Gallery, SOMArts Cultural Center, Cypress College Avenue 50 Studio, and Espacio 1839. Select group exhibitions include Museum of Latin American Art, Vincent Price Art Museum, Center for Photography Woodstock, San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, LAXART, Arion Press Gallery, Los Angeles Municipal Gallery, and San Francisco State University Gallery. Quintana’s work has been featured in The Guardian, National Public Radio (NPR), Los Angeles Times, KCET Artbound, Hyperallergic, and Art News. His work is in the permanent collections of Oakland Museum of California, Altamed Art Collection, and Cal Poly Humboldt. Quintana lives, works, and teaches in Los Angeles.