Burro Press - Edith Chavez - Altea
Print made from a metal engraving by Edith Chavez
112 x 76 cm
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Burro press is a printing studio based in Oaxaca, Mexico. Burro, meaning donkey in Spanish, is an appropriate symbol for the ethos of this collective of printmakers, as a donkey symbolises hard work and resistance. The works made in Burro are based from a long lineage of printmaking used as a way of social and political engagement. Burris artists are Alberto Cruz, Edith Chavez, and Ivan Bautista.