Contemporary printmaking

New Print: Mother of the Disappeared

New Print: “Madre del Desaparecido” / Mother of the Disappeared “Madre del Desaparecido” Media: Linocut on Mulberry Paper. Image Size: 30″ x 20″ Edition: 13 Prints. Date: 2014.Grabado reciente: “Madre del Desaparecido” / Mother of the Disappeared “Madre del Desaparecido” Media: Linógrabado s/ papel Mulberry. Tamaño de imágen: 30″ x 20″ Edición: 13 Prints. Año: …

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Carlos Barberena exhibiting at the 9e Triennale Mondiale de l’Estampe in France

I am pleased to announce my next Solo Exhibitions in France during the 9e Triennale Mondiale de l’Estampe et la Gravure Originale” in homage to Honoré Daumier. I was invited to exhibit my “Master Prints” series (30 woodcuts and linocuts) curated by Irene Weiss. My work will be exhibiting in three venues during this important …

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A l’arrache 3

A l’arrache 3 print exhibition with many dirty printmakers and outlaw printmakers June 24th, 6:30pm Espace Culturel Les Abattoirs 1 Route d’Ennezat 63200 Riom, France. Exposition de multiples, avec Ryan O’Malley, Julia Curran, Pakito Bolino, Poupée Viande, Ricardo Vicente Jose Ruiz, Derrick Riley, Bill Fick, Tyler Krasowski, The Pit, Céline Guichard, Carlos Barberena, Jeff Rial, …

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novus order seclorum ut patet in fixuras de Carlos Barberena

novus order seclorum ut patet in fixuras de Carlos Barberena / The New World Order as Shown on the Prints of Carlos Barberena *By Leticia Cortez – El Beisman Magazine “The Refugees” It is a pleasure to try something new and in this case to review a show and its works of art via the …

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Nicaraguan-born Printmaker Shows Satirical Works at Local Gallery

Nicaraguan-born Printmaker Shows Satirical Works at Local Gallery. By Eleanore Catolico – The Gate Newspaper Self-expression against corporate imperialists never gets old, and this time, the artist embraces a tradition of transgression and never gets his hands dirty. The Nicaraguan-born, Chicago-based printmaker Carlos Barberena’s provocatively-titled exhibition “In Greed We Trust,” substitutes our religious devotion (God …

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IX Visual Arts Biennial of Nicaragua

IX VISUAL ARTS BIENNIAL OF NICARAGUA Reciclando la Memoria: Retomando la Ciudad Perdida “La Ciudad Perdida” Opening: March 21, 7:00pm. Centro Cultural Pablo Antonio Cuadra, Managua, Nicaragua. March 21st – April 12th, 2014 Official Opening: March 18th, 6:30pm. Centro de Arte Fundación Ortiz-Gurdián, Managua, Nicaragua. March 14th – April 12th, 2014 http://www.bienalnicaraguense.org/ Nicaraguan Artists: Marcos …

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