Biennale Internationale d'Estampe Contemporaine de Trois-Riviéres
OPENING RECEPTION: SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1:30PM
Open to Public: JUNE 17 - SEPTEMBER 10, 2023
The Biennale internationale d'estampe contemporaine de Trois-Rivières (BIECTR) would like to congratulate all the recipients of the prizes awarded to artists for the quality of their works and their approach during the opening ceremony of its 13th edition on June 17, 2023.
La Biennale internationale d’estampe contemporaine de Trois-Rivières (BIECTR) tient à féliciter tous les récipiendaires des prix décernés aux artistes pour la qualité de leurs œuvres et leur démarche lors de la cérémonie d’ouverture de sa 13e édition le 17 juin 2023.
Les récipiendaires :
ESSENTIAL: For Your Colonizer Comfort series by Carlos Barberena
"I create to counteract great silences, demystifying “foreign” experience, bridging the distances and bringing awareness to the ways our lives are intimately connected through the lens of justice. Closest to me are ways migrants’ humanity—our memories, attachments, relationships and traumas— is swept aside leaving visible only our work value. In these prints, I honor the farmworkers, most undocumented, whom the US population & Federal government labeled “Essential” in the context of COVID, a so-called honor for their centrality to the food system, while doing little to alleviate their lack of basic rights and vulnerability to exploitation and imminent deportation".
"PRINTAUSTIN: THE CONTEMPORARY PRINT 2023" Juried by Rashaun Rucker
OPENING RECEPTION: FEBRUARY 11, 6PM-8PM
Open to Public: JANUARY 24 - MARCH 9, 2023
THE ART GALLERIES AT AUSTIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE
The Art Galleries in collaboration with Print Austin is pleased to bring The Contemporary Print 2023 to Gallery 2000 on ACC Highland Campus. The Contemporary Print 2023 is juried by Rashaun Rucker, and gives us fresh perspectives in printmaking by artists pushing boundaries of traditional techniques.
This year Contemporary Printmaker Carlos Barberena won "Best in Show" at the Contemporary Print 2023 with his artwork title "Madre de Ayotzinapa" Linocut and Mixed Media on wood panel
ABOUT OUR JUROR: Rashaun Rucker (b. 1978, Winston-Salem, NC) is a product of North Carolina Central University and Marygrove College. He makes photographs, prints and drawings and has won more than 40 national and state awards for his work. In 2008 Rucker became the first African American to be named Michigan Press Photographer of the Year. He also won a national Emmy Award in 2008 for documentary photography on the pit bull culture in Detroit. Rucker was a Maynard Fellow at Harvard in 2009 and a Hearst visiting professional in the journalism department at UNC-Chapel Hill in 2013. In 2014 Rucker was awarded an artist residency at the Red Bull House of Art. In 2016 Rucker was honored as a Modern Man by Black Enterprise magazine. In 2017 Rucker created the original artwork for the critically acclaimed Detroit Free Press documentary 12 and Clairmount. His work was recently featured in HBO’s celebrated series Random Acts of Flyness and Native Son. In 2019 Rucker was awarded the Red Bull Arts Detroit micro grant and was named a Kresge Arts Fellow for his drawing practice. In 2020 Rucker was named A Sustainable Arts Foundation Awardee. Rucker was a 2021 resident at the International Studios and Curatorial Program (ISCP) in Brooklyn, New York and is currently a Mellon Resident at the University of Michigan Institute of Humanities. Rucker’s diverse work is represented in numerous public and private collections.
ARTISTS: Alexandra Zuckerman, Andi Newberry, Angela PIlgrim, Anita Giraldo, Ashley Cecil, Beth Dorsey, Carlos Barberena, Celeste De Luna, Cullen Houser, D. A. Diaz, Delia Touché & Melih Meric, Doug Bosley, Dustin Brinkman, Egor Shokoladov, Emily Gui, Eric Wilson, Erin Wohletz, Greg Bahr, Heather Rachelle Parrish, Jackie Rushing, Jacob Gutierrez, Jesus De La Rosa, Jimmy Dean Horn Jr, Juan Correa, Julie Cowan, Kenna Boles Prior, Kristin Sarette, Linda Behar, Mable Ni, Margaret Craig, Maria Frati, Marika Arellano, Christofides, Michael Weigman, Michelle Martin, Mike Pennekamp, Nicci Arnold, Paloma Núñez-Regueiro, Patrick Barber, Peter Nickel, Princess Rashid, Reinaldo Gil Zambrano, Sarah Sipling, Shanna Strauss, Stephanie Alaniz, Stephanie Weiner, Summer Zah, Taller Sanaaᴙ (Jessica Sabogal & Shanna Strauss), Tatiana Potts, Teresa Castaneda, Terry Schupbach-Gordon, Tyler Thenikl.
The Art Galleries (TAG) at Austin Community College
The Art Galleries (TAG) at Austin Community College is an academic gallery program located on ACC Highland Campus. TAG is dedicated to the belief that community engagement with the visual arts produces important dialogues, creates new ideas, and gives voice to diverse viewpoints. The Art Galleries comprises three art spaces: Gallery 2000, Gallery 4000, and TAG Art Lab. In each of these areas, we feature works by emerging and established Central Texas artists and ACC faculty, student, and alumni artists. Through our exhibitions and regular programming, we provide educational experiences that cultivate cultural awareness, critical thinking, and artistic expression as a service to ACC and our local community. More information is available at admc.austincc.edu/tag/ or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carlos Barberena awarded with "The Elizabeth Catlett Memorial Award"