With the presence of authorities from the Consulate of Mexico in El Paso, the Autonomous University of Ciudad Juárez, and Chihuahua potters, this Friday was inaugurated the third stage of the Centro Cultural de las Fronteras, located in the PRONAF area.
After the traditional ribbon cutting, the space was opened and the Chihuahuan pottery exhibition was unveiled. ‘Iconography. Part of Our inheritance‘, conformed by a diversity of pieces belonging to 45 artists.
The exhibition supported by the Consulate General of Mexico in El Paso, Border Heritage Magazine, Agave Rosa Gallery, and the UACJ presented the cultural exhibition integrated by ceramic pieces, paintings, and photographs with diverse conceptual styles and techniques.
For art lovers, to know the origin and process of making the pots, renowned Juan Mata Ortiz potters offered a demonstration on the molding of the pieces.
Judith Angélica Campos González and María Isabel Caballero Corral, experts in the care, exhibition, and artistic conceptualization, highlighted each of the works that make up part of the Tarahumara and Paquimé culture as well as contemporary ceramics.