Corridos Visuales: Tradition & Innovation in LatinX Printmaking

Schmidt Center Gallery: Febuary13th - April 10th, 2020
Opening: Friday, February 12, 2021 12 noon - 7:00 pm - by appointment
Guest Curator: Joseph Velasquez, FAU Assistant Professsor of Art
Related Exhibition: Expanding Printmaking: South Florida Artist-Run Presses

 

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Artists in the Exhibition: Viriginia Diaz, Martin Garcia-Rivera, Leticia Ernestina Gomez, Nitzayra Leonor, James Marti,Mazorra,John Medina, Linda Lucía Santana, Sergio Sánchez Santamaría, Alicia Smith, Tres Gatos Pres

 

For a period of ten years prior to coming to South Florida artist/printmaker Joseph Velasquez operated a mobile printmaking project, traveling over 200,000 miles across the United States and exposing himself to numerous LatinX artists, particularly other printmkers. More recent travels to Mexico and the Caribbean have further afforded Valasquez to become aware of many more LatinX artists and their practices in printmaking. For Corridos Visuales Valasquez has selected several LatinX artists from Cuba, Mexico, Puerto Rico and the U.S. who represent the diverse range of interests, struggles and themes shared and used by LatinX artists today. The artists work varies in mark making, color and process, however they allshare the same passion and expression fueled by diverse takes on Latin identity providing wide ranging narrative voices ofLatininad.

 


 

                         Images : (clockwise from left): John Medina: Alicia Smith; Sergio Sanchez Santa Maria; James Martin Mazorra