Felix Quintana (b. 1991, Los Angeles, CA) received a BA from Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA (2014) and is an MFA Photography Candidate at San Jose State University, San Jose CA (2021). His solo exhibitions include SOMArts Cultural Center, San Francisco, CA; Espacio 1839, Boyle Heights, CA; Avenue 50 Studio, Los Angeles, CA; and Residency Art, Inglewood, CA (forthcoming).
His work has been included in group exhibitions at LAXART, West Hollywood, CA; Vincent Price Art Museum, Monterey Park, CA; Movimiento de Arte y Cultura de Latino America, San Jose, CA; Berkeley Art Center, Los Angeles Municipal Gallery; Vox Populi Gallery, Philadelphia, PA; The Dot Project, London, UK; NIAD Art Center, Richmond, CA; and Center for Photography Woodstock, NY (forthcoming). His work is in the permanent collection of Humboldt State University, Altamed Art Collection, and a recent acquisition from Oakland Museum of California.
Quintana has taught numerous workshops and classes as a teaching artist, including the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA; ArtworxLA; Slanguage Studio at LAXART, West Hollywood, CA; Plaza de La Raza, Los Angeles, CA; Self Help Graphics & Art, Boyle Heights, CA; Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA; Silicon Valley Rising, San Jose, CA; and Southeast Los Angeles Youth Art Academy, South Gate, CA. He was awarded a commendation for teaching from Hilda Solis in 2017. Quintana lives in Los Angeles is currently a lecturer at UCLA Visual and Performing Arts Education program.