Sitting between tables of handmade jewelry vendors and raucous breakdancing crowds at Santa Ana's monthly Artwalk this February was a large canopy tent. A young, unassuming man stood by it, observing the casual visitors who strolled over, stopped in surprise and glanced inside to see a bona-fide art gallery. Occasionally, someone asked him about the art and the tent, and Noé Gaytán calmly explained it was his idea, constructed to showcase artwork by friends and contemporaries who still can't get into a "legitimate" gallery, but who nevertheless want to display their work. At the end of the night, he carefully disassembled the tent and walls, piled them into his mom's van and drove off into the night, planning the next pop-up... More >>>