September Speaker Series: Paloma Núñez-Regueiro
September 20, 2021
7:00 - 8:30 pm
I am a printmaker living in Ann Arbor, Michigan. I attended art college in Mexico. In 1997 I received the RIT International Scholarship Award, and the Mowris/Mulligan Scholarship Award. In 2000, I earned my BFA from the Rochester Institute of Technology.
My work is closely related to my experiences of living abroad — the impermanence, the precarious construction of one's present and even less of one’s future. It is about the rootlessness of the ones who move from place to place.
A collection of my prints recently became part of the Henry Ford Cancer Institute Art Collection. My latest in-print work, “Essays on Invisibility III” and “Momentary”, was published by The Hand Magazine (Issue 30, November 2020). I am also a printmaking instructor at the Ann Arbor Art Center. I formerly taught at Hollander’s Book and Paper before the COVID-19 pandemic.
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