'Between Love and Madness: Mexican Comic Art From the 1970s', exhibit at Lawndale Art Center curated by Rice University professor Christopher Sperandio and students in his Practical Curation class is covered in the Hosuton Chronicle.
Between Love and Madness: Mexican Comic Art from the 1970s
Lawndale Art Center (Houston)
"Houston, TX-based artist Natasha Bowdoin builds wall-works with words. In her largest-ever cut paper and collage installation, she investigates the intersections of the visual, the experiential, and the literary, treating language and nature as kindred phenomena.
"Microcuentos (“mini-stories”) were once ubiquitous in Mexico—small, 4.5-by-3-inch comic books, printed at a rate of more than 55 million a month by the mid-seventies. But if you’ve never heard of them, you’re not alone.
"Lawndale Art Center’s exhibition Between Love and Madness: Mexican Comic Art from the 1970s, on view Jan.