Monday, October 30, 2017

Day of the Dead Albuquerque

Lots of printmakers converged at the Day of the Dead event in Albuquerque at the South Broadway Cultural Center on Saturday, October 28, 2017.  Perhaps this foreshadows something yet to come.

shows off the progress of his new block print
at his print table

designed this year's event poster

Printmaker Julianna Kirwin
admires Henry Morale's print selection

Printmaker Anastasia Andersen
was also selling prints

(note Augustine Romero, curator at the South Broadway Cultural Center,
in the second window, between Jon and Jeremy)

Artist Juliana Coles
poses in front of Henry Morale's print (below),
and should soon translate her work
into prints

Desert Triangle printmakers --
showed up from El Paso
(Federico's b/w photo hanging between them)

"El Mojado"

"Zia Girl"

Greg Tucker's sculpture
"Dia de los Muertos Air Force"

put up an altar
dedicated to the victim's of the
earthquakes in Mexico in 2017

An altar under the hood

UPDATE (Nov 5, 2017):

Henry Morales did live printing at the Los Muertos y Marigold Parade in Albuquerque's South Valley:

Henry Morales
getting two guys from Scribendi
(the literature and arts magazine at UNM)
to do live printing


 It was a busy weekend with other good art shows in Albuquerque:

The Tortuga Gallery showed work from Joshua Franco, Derrick Montez, Santiago Perez, billing the show as Los Tres Fantasticos.

Also Monty Singer, Brian Gonzales, Vera Neel and Lubov Udalova filled up Art Gallery 606 on Broadway -- with a show called "Four Corners" during the month of October, closing on Oct 28th.

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