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Prints and Zines from Mexico

Curated by Edgar Reyes

Members-Only Preview: July 18, 10am–6pm


On View: July 20–August 18, 2024
Opening Reception: Friday, July 19, 7-9pm

Image Credit: Recuérdame by Franco Uno / Screenprinted by Concordia
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Destinos offers a glimpse into the contemporary printmaking scene in Mexico, showcasing prints and zines created and distributed by Mexican studios and shops. Through a selected group of risograph prints and screenprints, the featured artists, with their distinctive styles and techniques, utilize a dynamic mix of printmaking methods to delve into themes of personal and national identity, social justice, and pop culture. The prints not only reflect Mexico’s complex history, but also spark conversations about its ever-evolving social landscape.

Destinos curator Edgar Reyes, a Mexican-born artist whose own work reflects on the complexities of migration and resettlement, has brought together work from a range of established and emerging voices. Traveling through Mexico, he sourced a compelling array of works from print shops and collaborating artists for Destinos. “The featured prints and zines serve as a powerful testament to the enduring traditions of Mexican art. From personal narratives to social commentary, the exhibition delves into themes of identity, history, and the ever-changing social fabric of Mexico,” remarks Reyes.

Featuring work printed and distributed by Nando Murio / Concordia; Abraham Mascorro Morales / OMG Press; Rock & Amistad Riso Press; Ricos Jugos, Gibrán Turón, S A R A — Sociedad Anónima Reproducción Autogestiva; and Nico Peor.

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