The Marion Art Gallery is closed for the summer but the office is open. Visit us in Rockefeller Arts Center if you would like copies of recent exhibition catalogs, including the latest publication described below. See Exhibition Schedule for a list of upcoming exhibitions.
Visit campus any time to view In Sight / On Site outdoor sculptures. The most recent sculpture, Coral Lambert's Thunder Cloud, is located in Rockefeller Arts Center's Costello Plaza across from Steele Hall. Click here for a PDF of outdoor sculpture images, descriptions, and locations. Click here for a campus map.
Enrique Chagoya: Aliens Sans Frontières exhibition catalogs are available!
To pick up a free copy stop by Rockefeller Arts Center, Room P55 (next to the Marion Art Gallery), State University of New York at Fredonia, 280 Central Ave, Fredonia, NY. Catalogs are also available on the table in the gallery lobby. If you would like a catalog mailed to you, please email your address to: email@example.com.
Description of Publication
Foreword by Ralph Blasting. Interview by Barbara Rӓcker. Translation by Juan De Urda. Aliens Sans Frontières is a dialogue about art history and current socio-political issues through the artwork of internationally acclaimed Mexican-American artist Enrique Chagoya. Using humor, pop culture references, art historical appropriations, and Aztec symbols, Chagoya addresses many issues, among them: xenophobia, borders (real and invisible), immigration policies, government dysfunction, and art market gluttony. The publication is richly illustrated with 47 Chagoya paintings, prints, and drawings dating from 1994 to 2018. Among the artwork included in the publication are lithographic codices, Recurrent Goya intaglios, and major paintings from Chagoya’s Illegal Alien’s Guide series. Cathy and Jesse Marion Art Gallery, State University of New York at Fredonia / ISBN 978-0-692-08748-0 / 7.5 x 10.75 in. / 80 pgs. / 47 color illustrations / Pub Date: 05/01/2018