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Posada and His Son

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Posada and His Son

Artemio Rodríguez, Mexican, b. 1972

Creation date: 2002
Creation place: United States

Other Information

Type: Linocut
Medium and Support: Linocut
Credit Line: Museum purchase with funds provided by Kevin and Tamara Kinsella
Accession Number: 2005.99
State/Province: California
Dimensions: 10 7/8 in. x 8 7/8 in. (27.62 cm x 22.54 cm)

Provenance

Artemio Rodríguez, Los Angeles, California (2002 - 2005)

La Mano Press, Los Angeles, California (2002 - July 18, 2005)

San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, California (July 18, 2005 - )

Label Copy

September 2006
Paper Traces
Inspired by Posada's work, this linocut surrounds the famous printmaker and his son with bizarre creatures, devils and hybrids, some taken directly from Posada's own prints. Among those identifiable here are his popular pedagogical character, Don Chepito Marihuano, who appears in the lower right, and his calaveras (skulls). The image of the two men is lifted from a rare surviving photograph. Many of Artemio Rodríguez's works owe a debt to Posada in both their formal qualities and their use of popular culture for social commentary.
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Exhibition

This object was included in the following exhibitions:

Paper Traces: Latin American Prints and Drawings from the Collection at SDMA San Diego Museum of Art , 9/23/2006 - 12/31/2006

Marks

Maker's, Lower right:

Number, Lower left:

Signature, Lower right:

Title, Bottom center:


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