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Enrique Chagoya and Bud Shark

in Conversation with Sarah Kirk Hanley and Judy Hecker

 

Co-organized by MGC and IPCNY

Thursday, May 14th  |  6:00 - 7:00pm EST

Join artist Enrique Chagoya, currently on view in (Re)Print: Five Projects, and master printer Bud Shark of Shark’s Ink in a conversation about art, cultural dialogue, collaboration, and the current crisis. A Bay Area painter and printmaker and a professor of Art Practice at Stanford University, Chagoya uses complex political satire to question the nature of historical events, American history, and contemporary politics, expressing some of his most important ideas in print. Since 1997 he has collaborated with the Colorado-based Shark, whose workshop encourages artists to pursue a strong personal vision. Sarah Kirk Hanley, a Chagoya scholar and Executive Director of Manhattan Graphics Center, and Judy Hecker, Director of IPCNY, facilitate this discussion of Chagoya’s and Shark’s early and present-day work and concerns.

 

Zoom webinar free and open to the public. Register above to receive login information. 

Enrique Chagoya, Detention at the Border of Language (2019), color lithograph, 30 x 22 inches. Printed and published by Shark’s Ink, Lyons, CO, edition of 30. © Enrique Chagoya 2019.

photo by Kara Maria 2014
Enrique Chagoya
Director IPCNY
Judy Hecker
photo ©Jamie Kripke 2014
Bud Shark
Executive Director MGC
Sarah Kirk Hanley
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