The Georgia Museum of Art at the University of Georgia presents the exhibition “El Taller de Gráfica Popular: Vida y Arte” June 13 to Sept. 13, 2015. Consisting of approximately 250 works of Mexican sociopolitical art created by El Taller de Gráfica Popular (the Workshop for Popular Graphics, or TGP for short), the exhibition comes from a single collection but is wide-ranging and thorough in its coverage. It takes over the entire temporary exhibition wing of the museum’s building and is the most comprehensive in the world on the workshop since the 1950s. The museum has also published a catalogue reproducing every work in the exhibition, plus many supplementary images, the largest and best illustrated such book on the workshop in any language. Founded in 1937 by Raúl Anguiano, Luis Arenal, Leopoldo Méndez and Pablo O’Higgins, the TGP included many notable 20th-century Mexican printmakers and a few important mem

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