Exposición del Taller Fronterizo Border Workshop: Espacios Fronterizos Compartidos
Festival El Gran Mexico
El Centro Cultural Tijuana
Baja California, Mexico
September 10—13, 2014
A collaborative print project of University of Notre Dame Center of Art & Culture, University of Texas at San Antonio, Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes (CONACULTA), El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, and El Centro Cultural Tijuana as a part of a border art initiative Exposición del Taller Fronterizo Border Workshop: Espacios Fronterizos Compartidos presented at El Centro Cultural Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
University of Notre Dame Center of Art & Culture in partnership with CONACULTA, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, and El Centro Cultural Tijuana and produced by Amelia Malagamba (University of Texas at San Antonio), Gilberto Cárdenas (University of Notre Dame), and Malaquias Montoya launches a new border art initiative, Exposición del Taller Fronterizo Border Workshop Espacios Fronterizos Compartidos.
The initiative addresses Mexican origin populations in the US and “fronterizo” populations from northern Mexico that share common or related histories and shared imaginaries. US and MX Artists will be invited to produce monotypes for inclusion in a print portfolio to be included in a traveling exhibition accompanied by a catalog featuring scholarly essays and images. For this first exhibition in the tour In Los Angeles six artists including Gronk, Francesco Siqueros, and Linda Vallejo were invited to produce monotypes created at El Nopal Press with master printmaker Francesco Siqueiros.
Artists included: Esperanza Gama, Gronk, Alma Lopez, Poli Marichal, Ramiro Rodriguez, Francesco Siqueros, Linda Vallejo