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Estampas de la Raza
Courtesy of Brian Suhr
Estampas de la Raza, drawn from the McNay Art Museum’s collection of prints, is a survey of Latino artists’ contributions to post-1960 American printmaking. Gifted to the McNay by collectors Harriett and Ricardo Romo, the works in the exhibition focus on five themes: (one) Identity, (two) Struggle, (three) Tradition, Culture, Memory, (four) Icons, and (five) Other Voices.
The exhibition also raises awareness of three highly influential print shops — Self Help Graphics and Art (SHG) and
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