Opening Saturday, July 2nd, 4 - 6 PM:
Promotional flyers (front)
The show hung by print interns Hillary Savage and Holland Hardie:
for hanging the show
We considered naming the project the "De Anza Print Triangle," since De Anza was a rode around all the Southwest in the late 1700s, hanging out near Tucson, then later becoming governor of New Mexico. Seems like El Paso back then was probably part of New Mexico, as 100 years before it was the capital of New Mexico (after the Pueblo Indian Revolt). There are places in all 3 cities named after De Anza, like this motel in Albuquerque, conveniently in the shape of a "triangle." De Anza also founded the city of San Francisco in 1776.
The De Anza triangle
created a stellae relief sculpture
which now stands in front of the
Meanwhile, in Santa Fe, Meow Wolf opened their huge art installation last March (New York Times article).
Big sculpture in front of Meow Wolf
in Santa Fe
in Meow Wolf
like this one inside
Next stop -- Chicago! The Desert Triangle will be at Hoofprint Workshop in August. Opening August 5th.