Guillermo Galindo
Drones, 2016
Acrylic ink on refugee scarf
48 x 48 inches

Guillermo Galindo continues to use Magnolia’s capabilities to print upon almost any substrate to create lyrical and dreamlike graphic musical scores from objects — in this case, textiles — left behind or discarded by refugees and migrants along their journey. Galindo’s last project at Magnolia, an ongoing collaboration with photographer Richard Misrach, used items discarded by migrants along the US-Mexican border. For his most recent works Galindo traveled to refugee camps in Kassel, Germany, a temporary home for immigrants from countries including Syria and Pakistan.