A Conversation with the Artist: Alfredo Arreguín

Alfredo Arreguín

Title Conditional: A Conversation with the Artist: Alfredo Arreguín
Tuesday, November 17, 2015
Time: 6:00 pm | Geballe Room, 220 Stephens Hall

Read "Art - Patterns of Life: The Works of Alfredo Arreguín" in the Fall 2015 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies.

Mexican-born artist and world-renowned master pattern painter  will speak about his unique style, which captures the landscapes and cultures of both his native Michoacán, Mexico and his U.S. home in the Pacific Northwest. UC Berkeley Professor Laura Pérez will moderate the conversation. 

Mexican-born Alfredo Arreguín is inspired by universal iconography and elements of the natural world. Laura Elisa Pérez is an associate professor in the departments of Ethnic Studies and Spanish and Portuguese at UC Berkeley. 

Co-sponsored by the Center for Latin American Studies and the Mexican Museum.

Alfredo Arreguín speaks about his art at UC Berkeley, November 2015. (Photo by Jacqueline Sullivan.)Alfredo Arreguín speaks about his art at UC Berkeley, November 2015. (Photo by Jacqueline Sullivan.)

Alfredo Arreguín speaks about his art at UC Berkeley, November 2015. (Photo by Jacqueline Sullivan.)
Alfredo Arreguín describes one of his paintings, November 2015. (Photo by Jacqueline Sullivan.)

Detail from Alfredo Arreguín, "Games in the Canopy." (Photo by wonderlane.)
Detail from Alfredo Arreguín, "Games in the Canopy." (Photo by wonderlane.)