André Filipek-Magaña (b. 1992) is a Mexican-American  artist based in Brooklyn, NY. His work is focused on the ways in which white supremacy is promoted, specifically scrutinizing the systematic destruction of indigenous history and the erection of biased infrastructure. Filipek-Magaña’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally. Recent solo and two-person exhibitions include American Medium (New York City, NY: 2018); 77 Mullberry (New York City, NY: 2018); 100% Gallery (San Francisco, CA: 2018); JACE (Los Angeles, CA: 2017); Wreath (Atlanta, GA: 2017); and Amor Tlalpan (Mexico City, MX: 2017). Recent group exhibitions at Wesleyan University (Middletown, CT), Alyssa Davis (New York), Freight Gallery (San Antonio).

Arenisca Tinacopan 2 , 2019  3D printed thermoplastic, epoxy resin, oil-based paint, nylon fibers  22” x 18” x 11”

Arenisca Tinacopan 2, 2019

3D printed thermoplastic, epoxy resin, oil-based paint, nylon fibers

22” x 18” x 11”

Arenisca Tinacopan 1 , 2019  3D printed thermoplastic, epoxy resin, oil-based paint, nylon fibers  22” x 18” x 11”

Arenisca Tinacopan 1, 2019

3D printed thermoplastic, epoxy resin, oil-based paint, nylon fibers

22” x 18” x 11”

Pinopuenteros-pelotero , 2019  3D printed thermoplastic, epoxy resin, oil-based paint  36” x 21” x 31”

Pinopuenteros-pelotero, 2019

3D printed thermoplastic, epoxy resin, oil-based paint

36” x 21” x 31”

Pinopuenteros-pato , 2019  3D printed thermoplastic, epoxy resin, oil-based paint  36” x 21” x 37”

Pinopuenteros-pato, 2019

3D printed thermoplastic, epoxy resin, oil-based paint

36” x 21” x 37”

Pinopuenteros-perro , 2019  3D printed thermoplastic, epoxy resin, oil-based paint  36” x 21” x 32”

Pinopuenteros-perro, 2019

3D printed thermoplastic, epoxy resin, oil-based paint

36” x 21” x 32”

images by Mario Gallucci