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MAR. 3 – SEPT. 1, 2019




Who Are You Activity Guide


Gráfica América presents works by artists representing print shops, publishing houses, and artist collectives from throughout the United States, México, Central America, South America and the Caribbean. The exhibition celebrates the collaborative spirit of printmaking through historical prints and publications as well as contemporary traditional and experimental works made in collective studios and workshops established by Latin American and Latinx printmakers.


Gráfica América, is organized by the Museum of Latin American Art and is curated by Gabriela Martínez, MOLAA Curator of Education and Rogelio Gutiérrez, Professor of Printmaking at Arizona State University - School of Art.

MOLAA gratefully acknowledges the following for their generous sponsorship of Grafíca América:

Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts

Arizona State University

Credits & Sponsors

MOLAA is generously supported, in part, by the Robert Gumbiner Foundation and by a grant from the Arts Council for Long Beach and the City of Long Beach.



Benvenuto Chavajay

Gazelle Samizay

Nahum Zenil

Carlos Garaicoa

Ja’Rie Gray

Norax Ayala

Cintia Alejandra Segovia

Kimberly Morris

Sergio Paniagua

Craig Cree Stone

María Galaviz Arroyo

Sheila Garrett Rodríguez

Cynthia Herrera

María Guadalupe

Shuai Fu

Diane Linquata

Miguel Alvear

Sir Oliver Kirsch

Doris Salcedo

Myriam Gurba

Verónica Riedel


The Artists participating in Who Are You? answered the following prompts to share more about their identities and artistic processes.

  1. What is an “identity”, and what advice can you give someone who is discovering their identity?

  2. When has your identity been compromised, and what advice can you give someone whose identity is being challenged?

  3. What actions and/or tools do you use to remind yourself about the value of your unique identity?

  4. How can someone be proud of who they are?



The Port to Learning is a new gallery space committed to expanding visitors’ understanding of topics central to MOLAA’s mission through interactive gallery components and related educational programming. Coordinated by the MOLAA Education Department, this space presents a series of exhibitions and events, organized with the help of community members, that provide local artists and emerging curators—of all ages—a place for practice and inspiration, as well as the opportunity to explore museum careers through hands-on experiences.

Exhibition support provided by: