III Bienal Ciudad Juárez – El Paso Biennial 2013
Including over 40 artists living and working within 200 miles of the US/Mexico border the Biennial 2013 is fascinating glimpse at the diversity and vibrancy of cultural production of this region. Including two artworks by each artist this exhibition constitutes the third collaboration between the El Paso Museum of Art and the Museo de Arte INBA – Cd. Juárez. Carefully selected by the jurors Yoshoa Okon and Cesareo Moreno the Biennial 2013 will result in a purchase prize of one artwork, a solo museum exhibition for one artist at both museums and a SOMA residency in Mexico City.
The Bienal Ciudad Juarez El Paso Biennial is the only exhibition of its type in existence and in 2011 received an award for U.S.- Mexico cross-border cooperation and innovation from the Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars. Exhibition Supporters include the Consulate General of Mexico, El Paso, and the US Consulate, Ciudad Juárez.
Featured Artists: Mónica Arreola, Mely Barragán Chávez, Gabriel Boils Terán, Gabriela Buenrostro Solórzano, Angel Cabrales ,Margarita Cabrera, Alejandro Catagena, Pablo Casteñeda Saulo, Salvador Cisneros Sánchez, Mark Clark Julia Curran, Ismael de Anda III, Jamex and Einar de la Torre, Francisco Delgado, Gaspar Enriquez, Alfredo Espinoza Gutierrez, Fidelius X (Fidel Hernández), Vincent N. Figliola, David Garza, Nabil Gonzalez, Tm Gratkowski, Olga Guerra, Carlos Gutierrez, Robert Jackson Harrington, Luis G. Hernandez, Amanda Jaffe, Héctor Manuel Jaramillo López (Daniel López), Anthony Lazorko, Eder Lindorfe, Gabriel Luis Perez, César A. Martínez, Jeffrey Miranda, José Manuel Mireles Reyes, Diana Molina, Alejandro Morales, Oscar Moya, Elel Parra, Priscila Alejandra Pérez Peralta, Jessica Pizaña Roberts, David Politzer, Carlos Humberto, Ramírez Lara, Francisco Javier Rosales Chávez, Marci Ivette Santos Guzmán, Lourdes (Luly) Sosa Espinoza, Werc (Jari Alvarez Rivera), Miguel Zambrano Meza, Carlos Humberto Ramírez Lara