Arturo Negrete and Taller 75 Grados returns to Proper Print Shop in El Paso, with a print show during the Art en Vivo event, which he pioneered in Mexico City. Taller 75 Grados printed 10 editions for the Desert Triangle Print Carpeta. Live printing of Robert Dozal and Amanda Carrillo prints:
September 1st, Thursday, at Proper Printshop --
Featuring work from Mexico City,
produced by Taller 75 Grados,
during Art en Vivo live printing
The Desert Triangle Print Carpeta will be showing/vending in Silver City for the Southwest Print Fiesta, during Labor Day weekend -- September 2, 3, and 4. Taller 75 Grados will be there as well.
Picture of Henry Morales,
with the press he made,
pulling his print which we will show in Silver City
Martin Quintanilla is showing his prints and paintings in Pátzcuaro, Michoacan, Mexico (opening Sept 2nd). We have exhibited various prints from the Desert Triangle in Patzcuaro, at the El Centro Cultural Antiguo Colegio Jesuita, on two occasions -- September 2015 and March 2016.
will be showing his prints and paintings
during September in Patzcuaro, Mexico
with his new press in Patzcuaro,
which was made in Oaxaca
Francisco Delgado did two new lithography prints at La Ceiba Grafica near Xalapa, Vera Cruz, Mexico. Manuel Guerra produced his co-edition for the Desert Triangle, at La Ceiba.
Francisco Delgado's new lithography print
2nd print by Francisco Delgado,
done at La Ceiba Grafica
Pavel Acevedo of our carpeta, has been collaborating with prints with Christin Apodaca of El Paso (who currently has an article in Fusion Magazine #93):
Also, Pavel is in a show at the Riverside Art Museum -- Self Help Graphics:Aztlán, the Permanent Collection, and Beyond -- August 28, 2016 - January 15, 2017. It's mentioned in this blog article. Pavel says that Desert Triangle artists Zeke Peña and Los Dos are also in this Riverside exhibition.
Also, Pavel is selling prints at the International Print Museum near LA, on October 1st.
Zeke Peña has a painting show at the Chamizal National Monument museum in El Paso, which opened in August. 3 paintings were "augmented" by Augment El Paso.
Zeke also had an exhibition with a similar theme, at the Rubin Center on the UTEP campus (University of Texas at El Paso), opening September 15th:
Plus, there is this mural collaboration in El Paso in a Trost building, in mid-September, between Zeke and Desert Triangle artist Pavel Acevedo of Riverside (see one of the artists above).
Zeke and Pavel
collaborating on a mural in El Paso
(assisted by Rogelio Lozano
of Loco Workshop)
Zeke also has a Bravo/Grande exhibit at the Roswell Museum of Art in New Mexico, October 28, 2016-March 5, 2017.
Nani Chacon "unveiled" her mural on August 26th, at Washington Middle School. The Albuquerque Journal published an article about her mural.
Resilience in progress,
on Washington Middle School,
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Nani also made an installation for the National Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago, opening September 23rd, 2016.
Nani's installation at the National Museum of Mexican Art
Los Dos will be curating a mural project at the upcoming Chalk the Block festival in El Paso, October 14 - 16:
Los Dos is also showing in Ciudad Juarez, at Galeria THUB, September 26 - 30, 2016.
Gonzalo Espinosa, with Alex Garza, finished installing the ceramic mosaic murals they made in Tucson, at the Plaza Roberto Maestas in Seattle. Inauguration in Seattle on October 1st.
The Tucson Lumies will mention this project.
November 7 -30, Gonzalo exhibited his Desert Triangle serigraph, at the Instituto Cultural El Refugio, in Tlaquepaque, Jalisco. He was showing with artists from the class he graduated, from the Escuela de Artes Plasticas de la Universidad de Guadalajara -- Generacion del 74.
Gonzalo showed his Desert Triangle print
in an exhibition from the class of '74
of the artists of the University of Guadalajara
Joe Marshall is giving woodblock printing classes at both the Tucson Community Printshop and The Drawing Studio this fall. For more info -- www.yaybig.com
Joe Marshall is giving fall classes:
- Relief drawing at The Drawing Studio in Tucson, Oct 25-Nov 8
- Kid/Parent relief printmaking at the Tanline in Tucson, Oct 22
Joe's daughter Reyna
is helping Joe out
with the Kid/Parent relief printmaking class
Joe is also in the Faculty show at The Drawing Studio in Tucson, opening October 1st
Cimi did a mural in downtown El Paso, at 523 S. Campbell, in Segundo Barrio. It was also "augmented" by Augment El Paso:
KTEP interview about Cimi's
"Barrio Soul" mural
Cimi's new "Barrio Soul" mural
in Segundo Barrio, El Paso
(featuring a big portrait of Steve Crosno,
famous radio DJ)
Tanya Rich posed for this beautiful portrait by Mano Sotelo, which he will exhibit at the Pima Community College faculty show in Tucson, at the Bernal Gallery, opening September 8th.
September 9th, opening night
Mykl Wells spent the summer in Italy creating a huge cardboard sculpture "egg," for the Cartasia, Biennale Internzionale della Carta, in Lucca, Italy.
Yorch (Jorge Perez) had a serigraph made by Taller 75 Grados of his sculpture project made with a bus, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.
Print about the
"Ser Fronterizo"sculpture project
in Ciudad Juarez
Rudy Flores did a "CANstruction" sculpture,
from a 3D scan of a child's head,
and showed it in the mall
is exhibiting his Army Man Project,
of 3D scans and 3D prints
of Tucson artists and people,
in January 2017
MetalPhysic Foundry of Tucson
eventually to be a bronze sculpture
RUBEN URREA MORENO
Ruben Urrea Moreno is part of the September exhibition at the Contreras Gallery in Tucson (Michael Contreras also was in the Desert Triangle Print Carpeta):
in the Journey
Ruben also painted a mural for the new Fry's grocery store on Valencia in Tucson (1795 West Valencia Street -- December 2016):
New mural by Ruben Urrea Moreno
Federico Villaba is co-organizing the annual photography exhibition -- Foto Frontera -- at La Fe Culture and Technology Center, opening in September 23rd. 721 S Ochoa St, El Paso.
Article in Fusion Magazine covering the exhibition -- Wandering Along La Frontera: Camera in Hand | Foto Frontera 2016.
in Tucson, Saturday, October 8th