[LA REVOLUCIÓN MEXICANA].

[Chicago]: Instituto Gráfico de Chicago, 2010. First edition. Slipcased. 23 plates, illus., slipcase. Fine. Item #190299

23 prints/engravings inspired by the Mexican Revolution. Instituto Gráfico de Chicago (I.G.C.) called out fellow artists/activists to create this collection of prints. Artists from both sides of the border challenge and explore and challenge ideals from the Mexican revolution, featuring imagery of Emiliano Zapata, Porfirio Diaz, farmers, death, and revolutionaries.

Artists in the Instituto Gráfico de Chicago include René Arceo, Daniel Amora, Carlos Bautista, Paulina Camacho, Demián Flores, Daniel González, Ester Hernández, Irving Herrera, Gabe Hoare, Álvaro Daniel Márquez, Oscar Moya, Alejandro Pérez Cruz, Charlie Ramírez, Joel Rendón, Sergio Sanchez Santamaria, Diana Solia, Martha Franco, Homie Martinez, Andres Ordaz, Elisa Urias, Cristopher Diaz, Federico Toledo, Haydee Nucamendi, Iván Bautista, Edith Chávez, Alberto Cruz, Misay Sutsui, Venacio Velasco, Carlos Barberena, Eric J. Garcia, Jose Luis Gutierrez, Salvador Jimenez, Epifaneo Monarrez, Antonio Pazarán, Vanessa Sanchez, Chema Skandal!, and Ricardo Serment.

The 23 prints are limited runs of 35 each. No holdings on WorldCat.

Price: $2,800.00