Miguel Aragón at Tiny Park

If you’re in the Austin area, tomorrow (from 12-5pm)  is your last day to see Miguel Aragón‘s exhibition at Tiny Park. It’s been just two years since we reviewed his show at the Mexic-Arte Museum. In that time, Aragón received his MFA from UT, worked as a sabbatical replacement at NIU, and accepted a tenure track job at the College of Staten Island. All that and he’s been maintaining a busy exhibition schedule! I’ll be heading over myself to check out the show tomorrow but Brian and Thao were kind enough to supply a few pictures in advance of my visit. I should probably mention that this is Tiny Park’s last exhibition at the Navasota St location as they’ve recently announced their closure. This exhibition functions as a bookend to Tiny Park’s inaugural exhibition in 2011 which also included Aragón’s work. If you can’t make it, here’s what you’re missing…

IMG_1737 copy“La matanza del Centro Aliviane”, 2014,  Hand-drilled paper with layered Xerox, 58” x 44” Installation View

IMG_1642 copy“La matanza del Centro Aliviane”, 2014,  Hand-drilled paper with layered Xerox, 58” x 44”

IMG_1647“De brazos abiertos”, 2014, Hand-drilled paper with layered Xerox, DETAIL

IMG_1739 copy“De brazos abiertos”, 2014, Hand-drilled paper with layered Xerox, 72” x 192”

DSC_0009“Untitled”, 2014, mixed media, 19” x 15”

DSC_0004“Untitled”, 2014, mixed media, 19” x 15”

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