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El Nopal Press: Cross Border Discourses through Print
Organized in association with IFPDA, this symposia presented by the Association of Print Scholars explores El Nopal Press (Los Angeles), founded by Francesco Siqueiros in 1990, and distinguished by its focus on the work of artists who explore border issues, especially conceptual manifestations of the border, and the complex cultural relationships and exchanges that exist between Mexico and the United States. Featuring a virtual studio tour, as well as prepared slides of notable prints, editions, and artists with whom he has collaborated, Siqueiros will discuss his career, which includes his early work at Cirrus Editions, and the myriad of experiences and influences that led him to his present work at El Nopal.

Speaker:
Erin Sullivan Maynes, Assistant Curator, Rifkind Center for German Expressionist Studies, Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Francesco Siqueiros, Founder, El Nopal Press

Oct 20, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Erin Sullivan Maynes
@Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Erin Sullivan Maynes is Assistant Curator in the Rifkind Center for German Expressionist Studies at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) and was previously the Hoehn Curatorial Fellow for Prints at the University of San Diego. She received her Ph.D. in art history in 2014 from the University of Southern California.
Francesco Siqueiros
Founder @El Nopal Press
Francesco Siqueiros founded El Nopal Press in downtown Los Angeles in 1990, collaborating with artists in a range of print media including lithography, relief, intaglio, and screenprint. Siqueiros previously worked at Gemini G.E.L. and Cirrus Editions and studied art at the Sorbonne and UC Santa Cruz. El Nopal's work has been exhibited in the U.S., Mexico, and Europe, and is in museum collections such as the Museum of Modern Art, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, LACMA, the Hammer Museum, the Museo de la Estampa, Mexico City, and the Instituto de Arte Gráfico de Oaxaca.