Estampas de la Raza : Contemporary Prints from the Romo Collection
Estampas de la Raza is a comprehensive survey of the contributions of artists of Mexican descent from post-1960 American printmaking. Organized by the McNay Art Museum in San Antonio, Texas the exhibition chronicles the late 1960s at the outset of the Chicano Movement to the confident expressions of the 2000s. More than 60 prints by 44 artists reveal the richness of their bicultural heritage in the U.S. Organized thematically in five sections, the exhibition focuses on aspects of the Mexican experience in the U.S.: the identity of individuals striving to define themselves; the Chicano Movement’s struggle to achieve economic, political, and personal equality; tradition, memory, and culture in the everyday lives of Mexican descendants; icons that represent guideposts or social and political causes; and other voices revealing the complex and ever-changing directions Latinos choose.
Lalo Alcaraz, Jesus Barraza, Rolando Briseño, Raul Caracoza, Lawrence Colación, Sam Coronado, Richard Duardo, Germs, Ignacio Gomez, Gronk, Roberto Gutiérrez, Wayne Alaniz Healy, Ester Hernandez, John A. Hernandez, Celina Hinojosa, Benito Huerta, Leticia V. Huerta, Carlos Francisco Jackson, Luis Jiménez Jr., Joe Lopez, Alma López, Gilbert ‘Magu’ Luján, Oscar Magallanes, César A. Martínez, Michael Menchaca, Eric Montoya, Malaquias Montoya, Richard Montoya, Eduardo Oropeza, Tony Ortega, Juan Miguel Ramos, Miguel Angel Reyes, Artemio Rodriguez, Ángel Rodríguez-Díaz, Frank Romero, Sonia Romero, Alex Rubio, Salvador Torres, Eloy Torrez, Patssi Valdez, Vincent Valdez, Larry Yáñez, Ernesto Yerena
Lyle W. Williams, McNay Curator of Prints and Drawings
McNay Art Museum