proyectosLA brought the full energy of Mexico City and other Latin American ports to their Union Station adjacent space beginning Saturday for six weeks. The commercial warehouse space is conducive to showing many different kinds of art, from graphic text based conceptual pieces to large scale installations. But the most engaging thing was the confluence of global interchange at the opening reception, transforming Los Angeles into the multi culti world it is, but has not take enough advantage of. I felt as if I was in a square in Mexico City or Morelia where people had gathered to be together to enjoy art, life and each other. Los Angeles is known for its pedestrian-adverse inabilities and this was a day instead of coming together. One highlight was the Peregrina--or female pilgrim--container that the Mexico City design boutique Onora had filled with local, indigenous crafts from all over Mexico. The energy of PST continues and makes me feel that Los Angeles has not only arrived in terms of art, but in terms of its ability to lead the way for our country. Take notice!