The anticipation is killing us!
(maybe just for the brunch
on the day following the opening)
Mexic-Arte posted a big banner of the exhibitions in front of their museum, on Congress Avenue (at 5th Street), the main street of Austin, Texas! Zeke Peñas print from the Desert Triangle Print Carpeta is featured. The augmented reality enhancements work on the banner, as they do on Zeke's print inside.
GLASSTIRE, the online Texas Arts magazine, visited Mexic-Arte, and reported on both exhibitions before the opening!!!
Rainey Knudson and Brandon Zech
visit the Desert Triangle while it was setting up,
January 24th, 2018
The prints are being hung
created the self-charging tablets,
to view the augmented prints,
OUR CATALOG IN THE BOOKSTORE
Our catalog for sale in the Mexic-Arte bookstore, next to the Estampas de La Raza catalog, which we admired.
RECEIVING PRINTS FROM
TALLER 75 GRADOS
Raul and Rebecca,
receiving some other print donations
(as well as one of Nani' Chacon's print)
Director Sylvia Orozoco
with Taller 75 Grados director Arturo Negrete,
looking at the print by phenomenal Mexican printmaker Mazatl,
just one of the prints considered for the Mexic-Arte collection
Prints by Salvador Colon
signing his print
before it passes into the Mexic-Arte collection
Serigraph by an art collective from
made after the 2017 earthquake
Taller 75 Grados of Mexico City
produced these serigraphs by Charlie Ramirez
to commemorate the exhibition --
for sale in the gift shop
Lunch at the famous old Driskill Hotel in downtown Austin --
(Left to right)
Harevy Mireles, Ceilo, Arturo Negrete, Tanya Rich,
Salvador Colon, San Antonio friend, Karl Whitaker
Tanya holding the print we bought by Paul Del Bosque,
from La Peña.
While standing in front of the big banner in front of Mexic-Arte,
on the main street of Austin,
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