Artist Edition: Alva CalyMayor, Dupasquier Stumpies (Tiny)

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Artist Edition: Alva CalyMayor, Dupasquier Stumpies (Tiny)

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Alva CalyMayor
Dupasquier Stumpies, 2016
Acrylic paint, poly-clay

Tiny Stumpies $25
Regular Size Stumpies $30
Set of 4 for $120

Dupasquier Stumpies is an unlimited edition of pins modeled after the smaller parts of cigarette remains.

Acrylic-painted contour and details follow some of the shapes created by the youngest of the Memphis Group, Nathalie Dupasquier.

CalyMayor was part of Equity Gallery’s inaugural exhibition, 2015:1947.

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Alva CalyMayor (b. 1980, Mexico City) works between New York and Mexico City, exhibiting and researching her practice in relationship to her contemporaries through collaborative efforts and communal exhibitions. She is currently working on developing a residency exchange program based out of Mexico City to continue the conversation between Mexico and New York with special collaborations from artist­run projects in Europe (Vienna, Italy, Paris, Spain and Norway).

CalyMayor often works with experimental printmaking techniques and explores diverse materials utilizing a visual vocabulary that addresses social issues, perceptions of safety as well as patterns of mass consumption. She tracks the manifestations of these issues and the traces they leave as they are discarded, repurposed or become no longer functional.

Her work has been exhibited at Collective Show Mexico (Casa Maauad, México, D.F.); SPRING/BREAK Art Show (NY); MWOW show, curated by artist Grayson Cox (Knockdown Center, Brooklyn, NY); and, together with Aurora Pellizzi and Natalia Porter, at Sensei Exchange, curated by Remy Amezcua (NY).

CalyMayor recently participated as a Mentor for NYFA’s Program Mentorship for Immigrants Program. In addition, she was part of the 27th Bronx Artists in the Marketplace (2006­2007), was included in CUADRO, a guide published by Cuarta Pared featuring work of emerging artists in Mexico, and received a grant from the Stephen Sprouse Scholarship Fund for pushing the boundaries within the printmaking field.

In 2008, she co-founded Eyelevel BQE, an artist collective. It has been recognized in publications exploring and showcasing art in a non­commercial format: Interview Magazine (2013), Alternative Histories, New York Art Spaces from 1960­2010, MIT Press (2012), Artists in the Marketplace Second Biennial, “The Other Marketplace," Lia Zaalof (2013).