Visiting Artist Lecture - Humberto Saenz
Humberto Saenz is a Mexican artist currently residing in San Antonio, Texas. Humberto’s artwork is exhibited throughout the United States and internationally in solo, juried, and invitational exhibitions. Recent exhibitions include the Flatbed Contemporary Art Fair, Austin, TX, Global Print 2015 in Sabrosa, Portugal, and the Awagami International Miniature Print Exhibition 2015 in Tokushima, Japan. In 2016, his work was exhibited in Border Crossings at the La Salle Museum University Art Museum and will be exhibited at the 8th International Printmaking Biennial 2016 in Portugal. Humberto Saenz’s artwork is held in numerous collections across the U.S.A. and internationally. Museum of Texas Tech, Hamaguchi Study Print Collection, Workshop of Casa Hogar el Refugio at Monterrey, Mexico, Dishman Art Museum, La Salle University Art Museum, at the Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi, in Whakatane, New Zealand, and the Museu do Douro, Printmaking Art Collection, in Peso da Régua, Portugal are currently hold Humberto’s artwork. Humberto Saenz has been interviewed for Think MTV, the Houston Chronicle, the Clandestino radio program, and the Dallas Morning News. His work has been featured in Art in Print magazine, In the Middle of America, Printmaking & Print Exhibitions, C.A. Seward and Friends and in the Journal of the Print World.
Part of the SA/VS Visiting Artist Series