The 3rd largest metropolitan area in Mexico
runs Taller La Catrina in Monterrey
Taller La Catrina is in the center of Monterrey, Mexico -- in the Barrio de la Luz.
The studio/gallery is located in downtown Monterrey -- at MM del Llano 1008 -- in the Barrio de la Luz.
Barrio La Luz: El sector se limita por las avenidas Madero al norte, de Félix U. Gómez al oriente, de la calle Washington al sur y de la avenida Juan Zuazua al poniente.
Taller La Catrina is located at
Taller La Catrina is close to Plaza la Luz:
Hanging the show
We used strong magnets to hang the prints
(from Home Depot in the USA)
and double sided tape --
first we taped a magnet to the wall,
then hung the print with a second magnet
The hanging team --
Ricky, Charley, Angelica, Pato
Afterwards we relaxed with some other artists
Beti Rivas' parents
brought fine mezcal to the opening
(Beti from Zaachila, Oaxaca,
sent the prints up to Monterrey)
Nothing like fine artisanal mezcal
for a print opening!!!
We had a good showing for the opening
Refreshments and more mezcal
showing off the print we bought
Monterrey at sunset
I left my brain
New Mexico Prints
In addition to the print exchange, we are bringing a few intaglio prints from New Mexico to show at the opening:
Prints from the Santa Fe Etching Club (established 1981):
And one intaglio print from Remarque Print Workshop and Gallery, in Albuquerque:
Previously this Horned Toad Print Exchange II was shown in Oaxaca (October, 2017) and in El Paso (March, 2018).
To continue this international print momentum, Horned Toad Prints of El Paso, and Taller Grafica Libre of Oaxaca, will co-sponsor a new print exchange -- "Ambos Lado International Print Exchange."
Also on April 12th, Espacio Centro in Oaxaca had an opening celebrating their 3 years in existence.
And Pain Sugar Gallery in Riverside, California, had an opening for Mazatl and Killjoy. The Desert Triangle will be shown there next, opening June 7th.
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