In 2004, as part of the first citywide Día De Los Muertos Festival, I produced and curated La Muerte Es Pareja, an exhibit of works and installations created by San Antonio artist couples (straight, gay, and spiritual), that was on display at Centro Aztlán.
The title is a play on words in Spanish, in which Pareja stands for both Couple and Equal (as in death is the great equalizer).
The artist couples were asked to collaboratively create and produce their works and installations.
Artists couples were Arturo Almeida & Daniel Guerrero, Henry de Leon & Rick Cisneros (Rick is now deceased), Joan Frederick & Spirit Guide, Ann Kinser & Michael Mehl, Veronica Prida & Omar Rodriguez, and Claudia & Carlos Treviño.
Below is the promotional card for the exhibit.