ART- Patterns of Life: The Works of Alfredo Arreguín

Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies, Fall 2015

Alfredo Arreguín, “Cenote” (1980), 48 x 48 in., private collection. (Image courtesy of Alfredo Arreguín.)
Alfredo Arreguín, “Cenote” (1980), 48 x 48 in., private collection. (Image courtesy of Alfredo Arreguín.)

ART - Patterns of Life:
The Works of Alfredo Arreguín

As part of the ongoing partnership between CLAS and the Mexican Museum, artist Alfredo Arreguín spoke on his life and work at Berkeley (photos and video) in November 2015. Famous for the use of patterns in his painting,  Arreguín divides his time between the Pacific Northwest and Michoacán.

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Alfredo Arreguín, “Michoacán” (1982), 60 x 48 in., private collection. (Image courtesy of Alfredo Arreguín.)
Alfredo Arreguín, “Michoacán” (1982), 60 x 48 in., private collection. (Image courtesy of Alfredo Arreguín.)

Alfredo Arreguín, “Chupamirtos” (1996), 48 x 32 in., Harborview Medical Center, Seattle, Washington. (Image courtesy of Alfredo Arreguín.)
Alfredo Arreguín, “Chupamirtos” (1996), 48 x 32 in., Harborview Medical Center, Seattle, Washington. (Image courtesy of Alfredo Arreguín.)

Alfredo Arreguín, “Remolinos” (1974), 48 x 48 in., private collection. (Image courtesy of Alfredo Arreguín.)
Alfredo Arreguín, “Remolinos” (1974), 48 x 48 in., private collection. (Image courtesy of Alfredo Arreguín.)