Thursday, March 19, 2020

Print Austin 2020

Krrrl went to check out Mexic-Arte Museum during Print Austin 2020 -- as several artists from both the Desert Triangle Print Carpeta and the Ambos Lados International Print Exchange had prints showing in the "Unseen Prints from the Mexic-Arte Museum Collection" exhibition.

First he made a stop in El Paso, to see the UTEP Department of Art Biennial Faculty Exhibition at the Rubin Center for Visual Arts, for the opening on January 30, 2020.  Manuel Guerra, a print professor at the University of Texas at El Paso, showed his painting collaborations with Francisco Delgado.

Several Desert Triangle artists were part of the "Unseen Prints from the Mexic-Arte Museum Collection" exhibition, that ran from December 13, 2019 to March 10, 2020.  There was an even bigger showing of prints from Taller 75 Grados of Mexico City, which produced a third of the prints for the Desert Triangle Print Carpeta.

Wall of prints produced by Taller 75 Grados of Mexico City,
including prints by Krrrl and Nani Chacon,
in the upper left hand corner


Consejo Grafico is a loose confederation of Latino print shops in the US, and they had a nice exhibition "Erasing the Line" in the "Unseen Prints" exhibition at Mexic-Arte Museum. 



Slugfest Print Studio and Gallery hosted an exhibition of prints by Reinaldo Gil Zambrano and Ben Munoz.

Coronado Print Studio is located next to Flatbed Press in Austin.  This is not the studio of Sam Coronado, but rather run by Pepe Coronado.  Pepe used to be one of Sam Coronado's master printers.

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