Alejandro Santiago


Twenty Five Hundred & One

The above documentary Twenty Five Hundred and One documents the ambitious project by Alejandro Santiago to populate his village in Oaxaca, Mexico with 2,500 life size ceramic sculptures. The sculptures were created to replace the large number of the people who left the village in order to seek higher paying jobs in the United States.


Available Works


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Medium: Mixed Medium on Amate on Canvas
Date: 1993
Size: 58 x 47 inches (147 x 119 cm)
Signed

 

This painting incorporates natural materials made entirely by the artist himself. In 2017/2018 it was showcased at the Mexican Museum in San Francisco for an exhibition titled Mexico in San Francisco: Works on Paper from Diego Rivera to Alejandro Santiago. Below is a video presentation on the piece and here is a link to the Mexican Museum’s website with more information about the show: https://www.mexicanmuseum.org/mexico-in-san-francisco


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Medium: Cochineal on Amate Paper
Date: 1999
Size: 30.5 x 48 inches (77 x 120 cm)
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Untitled
Medium: Cochineal on Amate Paper
Size: 30.5 x 48 inches
Date: 1991
Signed


Mother of the Migrants

 
 

Artist: Alejandro Santiago
Title: Mother of the Migrants
Medium: Ceramic Sculpture
Height: 52 inches (133 cm)


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Medium: Lithograph
Size: 20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm)
Date:  2003
Edition number: 5/10


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Medium: Woodblock
Size: 21.5 x 31.5 inches (54.6 x 80 cm)
Date:  Circa 2005
Edition size: 100
Signed


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Contact us with inquiries or if there is anything in particular you are looking to collect by Alejandro Santiago, we have sold over 400 works by the artist over the years and may have artworks available that are not listed on the website.

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