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The gallery is a space for visual and media artists to showcase their works. The gallery is open during a/perture cinema’s normal business hours only.

Next show – opening September 24.

Engraving Injustice

Taller de Gráfica Popular (People’s Print Workshop), most commonly known as TGP, was founded in Mexico City in 1937, by artists Leopoldo Mendez, Pablo O’Higgins, and Luis Arena. TGP artists were political activists whose work represented a variety of political and social causes, such as the exploitation of the poor, the abuse of peasant rights, and the land-ownership system, among others. Many of the TGP prints depict Mexican history, including the 19th-century fight for independence from Spain and France, and the revolution of 1910.
This is exhibit is presented by Casa Azul from the personal collection of Dr. Robert Healy.

About the curator

Sophie Heldt is an intern for the fall 2019 semester at a/perture, organizing presentations in the ga//ery space. She is a senior at Wake Forest University majoring in Art History and minoring in French and Studio Art. In the past year, she has assisted in curating a show at Sawtooth School for Visual Arts entitled Unpacking Leo Morrissey. The exhibition featured an unfolding approach to looking at the artist’s extensive body of works on paper. She also co-curated an exhibition on Wake Forest’s campus in conjunction with TEDxWakeForestU 2019, Metamorphic, that featured a thematically focused selection of works from the University Art Collections. She has worked for the Bechtler MoMA in Charlotte for the past three summers, assisting various departments with improving visitor experience. Engraving Injustice is her first solo curated show for a/perture.