Tzintzun Aguilar Izzo ’15 is presenting an exhibition of his photographs in the hallway gallery — the exhibition opens on Friday, April 26, as do three other student-driven exhibitions. Tzintzun’s exhibition, The Pozos Art Project, is based on the work he did last summer as part of his Tanner Fellowship.
Tzintzun will present a screening of his video work on Tuesday, April 30, at 7:00 p.m. in Griffiths 123. One video gives background information about the Pozos Art Project, with interviews of Geoff Winningham and Janice Freeman, who founded the project. Also included are interviews of students involved with the project and scenes from life in the town.
The Pozos Art Project exhibition includes work done by students that he taught over the summer while working in Mineral de Pozos, Mexico. There’s more information about the exhibition and the project that inspired it on the gallery’s web site.
But Tzintzun’s students also produced videos, learning editing and postproduction. One, Buena para Matar, a gangster micro-tale, can be seen here.