In a word, Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art is ambitious. This Smithsonian exhibition—now at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts (UMFA)—features over 60 [email protected] artists’ expressions and confrontations of their identities. It seeks to reframe history, embrace new scholarship and defy categories. After all, the term [email protected]—which is used to include both “Latina” and “Latino”—embodies multitudes. It is constantly renegotiated and reinvented because it covers a diverse array of histories and cultures. Our America features works by well-known, standout [email protected] artists, which includes a motley chandelier by Pepón Osorio, Ana Mendieta’s signature feminist land art, Enrique Chagoya’s tongue-in-cheek twist on a Maya codex and María Magdalena Campos-Pons’ Polaroid photographs.