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On view:
MAR. 3 – SEPT. 1, 2019

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current exhibition

GRÁFICA AMÉRICA

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

Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University

 

PRINT EXCHANGE:

Thirty-two artists from across the Americas participated in a Print Exchange in conjunction with the Gráfica América exhibition. Learn more about these artists and their breadth of work.

 

FEATURED ARTISTS:

Abraham Vigo

Adrián Arguedas

Alan Altamirano

Alberto Beltrán

Albino Fernández

Alejandro Villalbazo

Alicia Candiani

Ana María Devis

Andrea Sofia Santizo

Andres Arízaga Cordero

Ángel Domínguez

Antonio Alcaraz

Antonio Larrea

Antonio Silva Díaz

Armando Morales

Artemio Rodríguez

Arturo García Bustos

Ashley Sanchez-Garcia

Branko Stanojevic

Brenda Montaño

Brenda Montaño Aguilar

Carlos Alfredo Koyokuikatl Cortéz

Carlos Barberena

Carlos Marichal

Conchas y Café Zine

Coral Revueltas Valle

Daniela Ram

Darío Escobar

David Alfaro Siqueiros

Delfina Estrada

Dewey Tafoya

Don Newton,

Ed Ruscha

Ediciones Vigía

Elizabeth Catlett

Elizabeth Valero Molina

Emmanuel García

Eolo Pons

Essie Leson

Estér Hernández

Ezequiel Negrete

Fernando De León

Filiberto Cisneros Vera

Fran Cervoni Brenes

Francisco Amighetti

Francisco Estalleras

Francisco Rivera de Calderón

Gabriel García Román

Gabriela González Leal

Gonzalo E. Thello

Gonzalo Guerrero

Gonzalo Paz Pérez

Helen Alonzo Hurtado

Herson Sapone

Humberto Saenz

Humberto Valdez

Isabel Ann Castro

Isabel Cauas

Isela Ortiz

Isidoro Ocampo

Jacob Meders

Jesús Barraza

Jesús Morales

Jonathan Rebolloso

Jorge Crespo

José Antonio de Hogal

José Benito Ortuño

José Mejía Vides

José Mariano Navarro

José Guadalupe Posada

José Revuelta

José A. Torres Martinó

Juan de Dios Mora

Juan R. Fuentes

Julio César Rodríguez Jaimes

Julio Posada

Julio Prieto

Kay Brown

Kelly Villalba

Kiara Machado

Kim LaVonne

L.A. Onda

Leonilda González

Leopoldo Méndez

Liliana Alfaro

Liliana Porter

Linda Lucero

Liz Cohen

Lorena Pradal

Lorenzo Homar

Luis Arenal

Manuel Manilla

María Alejandra Sage

María Villanueva

Mariana Yampolsky

Marianne Sadowski

Mariano Paredes

Melanie Cervantes

Menarquia Zine

Michael Harper

Miguel Ledezma

Miriam Del Saz Barragán

Naúl Ojeda

Natasha I. Hernández

Nguyen Ly

Noelia Mercanzini

Norma Morales

Octavio Irving

OSPAA

Oswaldo Guayasamín

Pablo O’Higgins

Paola Henríquez-Iraheta

Pedro Balli

Pepe Coronado

Poli Marichal

Rafael López Vázquez

Ramon Alva de la Canal

Richard Duardo

Rocío Rendón

Salvador Zapata

Sandra C. Fernández

Sergio Hernández

Sergio Valencia Salazar

Sonia Romero

Stephanie Concepcion Ramirez

Stephanie Segura

Tanya Flores Hudgson

Tatiana Luboviski-Acosta

Toño Nuñez

Vanesa Hercules

Vanessa López 

Vicente Larrea

Victor Rosas

Victoria Volpini

Xemiyulu Manibusan Tapepechul

Yamilys Brito

Yani Pecanins

Yeiry Guevara

 

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.

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