Arturo Herrera was born in 1959 in Caracas, Venezuela. He is an artist living and working in New York and Berlin, Germany.
BA, University of Tulsa; Tulsa, OK
MFA, University of Illinois; Chicago, IL
Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship Award (2005)
Illinois Arts Council Agency Grant (1998)
Arturo Herrera participated in a collaborative print project at Normal Editions Workshop during a short term residency with public lecture at the School of Art at Illinois State University in 1998.
Arturo Herrera drawing with a Korn's Litho Crayon on the lithography stone for "Tale"
Amy Schmierbach sharpening crayons for the detailed drawing of "Tale" by Arturo Herrera
Arturo Herrera putting more layers into the drawing for "Tale"
Meda Rives video taping the collaborative project in-progress with Amy Schmierbach and Arturo Herrera
a view of the completed drawing for "Tale" on the lithography stone
Arturo Herrera reviewing the lithography stone after the image was etched with Gum Arabic
Meda Rives and Richard Finch working at the lithography press while proofing the brown layer for "Brother Rabbit"
project in progress with Meda Rives, Amy Schmierbach, Richard Finch, and Veda Rives
Arturo Herrera signing the Right to Print (R.T.P.) impression for the collaged print, "Brother Rabbit"
some project participants: Veda Rives, Arturo Herrera, Amy Schmierbach, and Meda Rives
Richard Finch completing the documentation sheet
Richard Finch, Veda Rives, Arturo Herrera, and Meda Rives with the signed R.T.P.