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print work of emerging Latino artists published by the Puro Chingon Collective
ChingoZine 3 Vine courtesy of Vicky T our veteran ChingoZine lady.
Thank you to everyone who contributed to the production and release of ChingoZine 3. Thank you to the Puro Chingon Collective members for their tireless efforts, all the contributing artists for their amazing artwork, the Sponsors (Indio Beer, El Perrito Tequila, and Treasure City Thrift), the ChingoZine ladies and man, and everyone who came to the release party. The party marked the 1 year anniversary of this great project and the release of the 3rd issue of a Latino art zine created by Latino artists. ChingoZine por vida.
For event photos click here.
CHINGOZINE 3 ARTISTS
Mark Aguilar (San Antonio, TX)
Albert Alvarez (San Antonio, TX)
Ana Amezcua (Austin, TX)
Claudia Aparicio-Gamundi (Monterrey, Mexico)
Briar Bonifacio (Austin, TX)
Daniel Cobos (Edinburg, TX)
Paul del Bosque (Austin, TX)
Adolfo Enriquez (San Marcos, TX)
Cuppy Garcia (San Antonio, TX)
Michael Anthony Garcia (Austin, TX)
Anabel Gomez (Austin, TX)
Suzy Gonzalez (San Antonio, TX)
Nancy Guevara (Laredo,TX)
Rocio Gutierrez (Brownsville, TX)
Alexis Herrera (Austin, TX)
James Huizar (Austin, TX)
Nicole Licea, (Austin, TX)
Vincent Martinez (Austin, TX))
Destiny Mata (New York City, NY)
Cassandra Matos (San Juan, Puerto Rico)
Michael Menchaca (San Antonio, TX)
Randy Muniz (Austin, TX)
Moises G. Pimentel (Mexico, D.F.)
Jonathan Rebolloso (San Luis Potosí, Mexico)
Marcus Sanchez (Austin, TX)
Gabriela Santiago (Dallas, TX)
Vincent Valdez (San Antonio, TX)
Johnny Villareal (Austin, TX)
Ernesto Yerena Montejano (El Centro, CA)
ChingoZine 3 Editor and Contributor
ChingoZine 3 Release is around the corner, and we have all sorts of surprises. For the release we will have an ice shot block, water guns, moonbounce, and indio among other surprises. Click here for more details!
Along with fellow zinesters, ChingoZine was invited to an international zine show in the Ukraine! Click here for for the full list of zine participants and for images of the exhibition.
Printed Matter now carries ChingoZine!
Printed Matter is the world’s largest non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of publications made by artists. In December of 2005 Printed Matter moved into its current storefront location in Chelsea with big windows and greatly increased display and exhibition space. Recognized for years as an essential voice in the increasingly diversified art world conversations and debates, Printed Matter is dedicated to the examination and interrogation of the changing role of artists’ publications in the landscape of contemporary art.
Click here to purchase ChingoZine through Printed Matter’s site and if you are in New York please stop by!