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16EnriqueChagoyaWalterGropiusMasterArtistSeriesPresentsEnriqueChagoyab.Mexico1953AbenteuerderKannibalenBioethicists2001.Lithographwoodcutchinecolleandcollageonamatepaper7x92.Museumpurchase2002.10.WalterGropiusMastersWorkshopsTheWalterGropiusMasterArtistsSeriesisfundedthroughthegenerosityoftheEstateofRoxannaY.BoothwhowishedtoassistinthedevelopmentofanarteducationprograminaccordancewiththeproposalsofWalterGropiuswhodesignedtheMuseumx19sGropiusAdditionaswellastheGropiusStudios.TheMuseumisindebtedtoRoxannaY.Boothx19ssonAlexBoothforhisparticipationintheconceptdevelopmentoftheGropiusMasterArtistsWorkshops.Workshopfees-WorkshopfeeperpersonforAmyCutlerworkshopTanjaSofticworkshoporEnriqueChagoyaworkshopis225fornon-members195forMuseumMembers165forteachers120forstudents.Demonstration-onlyworkshopfeeforRandyJohnstonis125fornon-members100forMembers.Meet-and-greetfirst-daybreakfastanddailylunchincludedintheworkshopfee.Thenumberofworkshopparticipantsislimited.Howtoenroll-Registrationmustbereceivedatleast3daysinadvanceoftheclassstartingdate.Acompletedformwithpaymentinfullwillbeacceptedbymailorinperson.AllchecksshouldbemadetotheHuntingtonMuseumofArt.Mostmajorcreditcardsareacceptedbyfaxphonemailorinperson.SendregistrationformbelowwithpaymenttoHuntingtonMuseumofArtEducationClasses2033McCoyRoadHuntingtonWV25701.Formoreinformationvisitwww.hmoa.orgorcall304529-2701.HMAisfullyaccessible.ExhibitionAugust18-October282012PublicLectureSeptember212012at7p.m.Areceptionfollows.Admissionisfree.WorkshopSeptember21-2320129a.m.to4p.m.ArtistBackgroundEqualpartsfineartistandculturalanthropologistEnriqueChagoyacreatesincisivesocialcritiquesfromtheperspectiveofonewhohaslivedonbothsidesoftheU.S.-Mexicoborder.BorninMexicoCityin1953theSanFrancisco-basedartistx19spaintingsdrawingsandprintsjuxtaposesecularreligiousandpopularsymbolstoexploretheshiftingdefinitionsofculturalidentity.Throughaprocesshehastermedx1creverseanthropologyx1dChagoyarewritesredrawsandcollagesplayfulandviolentalternatehistoriesthatre-imaginethex1cofficialx1dhistorieswrittenbythegoverningculturesorthemilitaryvictorsx13primarilythoseofEuropeandtheUnitedStatesx13throughtheeyesofthedefeated.Diversevisualmaterialsminedfrompre-ColumbianmythologyWesternreligiousiconographyandAmericanpopularculturecollidewithethnicstereotypesandideologicalpropagandainsatiricalcontradictoryunexpectedandsometimescontroversialcontexts.Theresultisafrenziedsynthesisofbothmarginalanddominantviewpointsoftenanon-linearnarrativewithmanypossibleinterpretations.EnriqueChagoyastudiedpoliticaleconomicsattheUniversidadNacionalAutonmadeMxicoMexicoCityMexicobeforemovingtotheUnitedStatesin1979.HereceivedaB.F.A.in1984fromtheSanFranciscoArtInstituteSanFranciscoCA.In1986hecompletedanM.A.andin1987anM.F.A.bothfromtheUniversityofCaliforniaBerkeley.ChagoyaiscurrentlyaFullProfessoratStanfordUniversityx19sDepartmentofArtandArtHistoryspecializinginpaintingdrawingandprintmaking.HeisrepresentedinnumerouspubliccollectionsincludingtheMuseumofModernArtNewYorkN.Y.theMetropolitanMuseumofArtNewYorkN.Y.theWhitneyMuseumofAmericanArtNewYorkN.Y.SanFranciscoMuseumofModernArtSanFranciscoCalif.andtheFineArtsMuseumsofSanFranciscoSanFranciscoCalif.amongmanyothers.HehasbeentherecipientofmanyawardssuchastwoNEAartistfellowshipsaTiffanyFellowshipanawardfromtheAmericanAcademyofArtsandLettersaPresidentx19sAwardforExcellencefromtheSanFrancsicoArtInstituteandagrantfromArtadiatomentionafew.HeisrepresentedbyGalleryPauleAngliminSanFranciscoCalif.GeorgeAdamsGalleryinNewYorkN.Y.andLisaSetteGalleryinScottsdaleAriz.HisprintsarepublishedbySharkx19sInkLyonsColo.SeguraPublishingPuebloAriz.TrilliumPressBrisbaineCalif.MagnoliaEditionsOaklandCalif.ElectricWorksSanFranciscoCalif.ULAENewYorkN.Y.andSmithAndersenEditionsPaloAltoCalif.x1cHumankindisinconstantwarwithitselfperfectlycapableoftotaldestruction.Thisistherawmaterialformyart.x1d-EnriqueChagoyarr12