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Felipe Ehrenberg

20101004125453-installationview2 La Lotería   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Raul Aguilar, Saul Aguirre, Natalia Anciso, Jose Andreu, Rene Arceo, Balam Bartolome, Tom Burtonwood, Javier Carmona, Mario Castillo, CHema, Miguel Cortez, Luis Delgado, Luis Delgado-Qualtrough, Humberto Duque, Ala Ebtekar, Felipe Ehrenberg, Scott Espeseth, Jim Finn, Chris Flynn, Eric J. Garcia, Maria Gaspar, MAXIMO GONZALES, Maximo Gonzalez, Ruben Gutierrez, Daniel Guzman, Terence Hannum, Jill Hartley, Charles Hobson, Rodrigo Imaz, David Jones, Damara Kaminecki, Christopher Kerr, Michelle Korte, Andy Kozlowski, Mauricio Limon, Alexis Mackenzie, Gabriella Via Cal y Mayor, Gabriel Mejia, Hugh Merrill, Darren Oberto, JOYCE OWENS, Michael Pajon, Adolfo Patino, Adolfo Patiño, Marilyn Propp, Robert Ransick, Kevin Riordan, Michael Scoggins, Eduardo De Soignie, Fred Stonehouse, Michael Velliquete, Larry Vigon, Eddie Villanueuva, Teresa Villegas at Center for Book & Paper Arts September 9th, 2010 - December 1st, 2010
Posted 10/4/10

Since the early 19th century, La Lotería, or lottery, has been a popular game of chance in Mexico and Central America. Similar to Bingo, it’s played with a deck of 54 named and numbered cards, each displaying a vivid pictogram. Along with regional variations of the decks, individual Lotería callers often imbue each game with unique phrases for each card that run the gambit from rhyming poetic verse to singular, surrealistic epithets that either illustrate or belie the imagery of the card in play... [more]

Ehrenberg_codex_aeroscriptus Introduction to Felipe Ehrenberg   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Kat Cutridge, Felipe Ehrenberg, Lani Harmony, Dalia Monserat, Richard Wearn at Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) May 23rd, 2010 - August 15th, 2010
Posted 6/21/10

It helps me to look at the major work groups in Ehrenberg’s oeuvre as sections of a biographical film. A sketch for my Felipe Ehrenberg biopic, Part 1: The young, hard-working fine art and design student—apprentice printer, muralist, sculptor, able draughtsman—publishes drawings in a poetry magazine. Part 2, black and white archival footage: 1968, Co-founder of Salon Independiente, a group of artists organizing in response to the repressive, censorial Mexican governme... [more]

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