Mixografia presents “From Mexico City to LA: A Visual History of Graphic Art”

September 16, 2017

October 21, 2017

1419 East Adams Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90011

Event Description

Mixografia is pleased to present From Mexico City to LA: A Visual History of Graphic Art in participation with the Getty Foundation’s 2017 Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA.

The opening reception will take place on Saturday, September 16th, 2017, 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

The exhibition will commence with a conversation by Lynn Boland, who formerly curated Paper in Profile: Mixografia and Taller de Grafica Mexicana and currently director and chief curator at the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art in Fort Collin, CO.

From Mexico City to LA: A Visual History of Graphic Art traces the history of printmaking in Mexico after the Second World War, and explores the ongoing conversation between Mexican printmaking and contemporary graphic art throughout Latin America and Southern California. The exhibition features artworks published by Taller de Grafica Popular and Taller de Grafica Mexicana in Mexico City, and Mixografia in Los Angeles spanning throughout the 20th and 21st century.

The conversation will begin at 4:00 pm at Mixografia, followed by the opening reception.

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