artists

• Laurie Anderson
• Phyllis Bramson
• Brad Brown
• Teresa Booth Brown
• John Buck
• Tom Burckhardt
• Kathy Butterly
• Enrique Chagoya
- "Abenteurer der Kannibalen Bioethicists"
- "Double Trouble or Anthropology of the Clone"
- "Escape From Fantasylandia: An Illegal Alien's Survival Guide"
- "Histoire Naturelle des Espécies: Illegal Alien's Manuscript"
- "Illegal Alien's Guide to Critical Theory"
- "Illegal Alien's Guide to Somewhere Over the Rainbow"
- "Illegal Alien's Guide to the Concept of Relative Surplus Value"
- "Illegal Alien's Meditations on el Ser y la Nada"
- "La Portentosa Vida de la Muerte II"
- "La Portentosa Vida de la Muerte"
- "Libertad, Iqualdad, Fraternidad II"
- "Road Map"
- "The Ghost of Liberty"
- "The Misadventures of the Romantic Cannibals"
- "The Pastoral or Arcadian State, Illegal Alien's Guide to Greater America"
- "The Thingly Thingness of Things"
- "utopiancannibal.org"
• Bernard Cohen
• Evan Colbert
• Roy De Forest
• Donna Dennis
• Rafael Ferrer
• Dianna Frid
• Elliott Green
• Red Grooms
• Susan Hall
• Jane Hammond
• Don Ed Hardy
• Ana Maria Hernando
• Mildred Howard
• Robert Hudson
• Yvonne Jacquette
• Luis Jiménez
• Roberto Juarez
• Susanne Kühn
• Robert Kushner
• Li Lin Lee
• Hung Liu
• Kara Maria
• Hiroki Morinoue
• Miho Morinoue
• John Newman
• Manuel Ocampo
• Matthew Palladino
• Janis Provisor
• Jeera Rattanangkoon
• Rex Ray
• Jim Ringley
• Peter Saul
• Italo Scanga
• Hollis Sigler
• Stacey Steers
• James Surls
• Barbara Takenaga
• Emmi Whitehorse
• William T. Wiley
• Betty Woodman
• Thomas Woodruff
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selected prints
 
"Abenteurer der Kannibalen Bioethicists"

Enrique Chagoya
 
"Double Trouble or Anthropology of the Clone"

Enrique Chagoya
 
"Escape From Fantasylandia: An Illegal Alien's Survival Guide"

Enrique Chagoya
 
"Histoire Naturelle des Espécies: Illegal Alien's Manuscript"

Enrique Chagoya
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Enrique Chagoya : Born in 1953 , Mexico D.F : Lives in San Francisco

Enrique Chagoya makes paintings and prints about the changing nature of culture. "My artwork is a conceptual fusion of opposite cultural realities that I have experienced in my lifetime. I integrate diverse elements: from pre-Columbian mythology, western religious iconography and American popular culture."

Enrique Chagoya’s newest print from 2013, The Thingly Thingness of Things is an irregularly shaped lithograph. The title is based on a quote from Heidegger. A large cluster of heads on the water is made up of people blocking each other’s view of The Tree of Life while they get deeper in the waters (this image was inspired by Philip Guston paintings).

A 25 year survey of Chagoya’s work titled “Enrique Chagoya: Borderlandia” organized by the Des Moines Art Center traveled to the Berkeley Art Museum and Palm Springs Art Museum during 2008.

Enrique Chagoya is currently Associate Professor of Art at Stanford University, where he received the Dean's Award in the Humanities in 1998. His work is shown widely and is in the collections of The LA County Museum, The National Museum of American Art, and The Whitney Museum of American Art, the Museum of Modern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the New York Public Library among others.

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