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Reinaldo Gil Zambrano

Headshot of artist, Reinaldo Zambrano, holding a roller

Born in Venezuela, Reinaldo’s understanding of home is multifaceted. The experience of belonging to many places at once prompts him to probe the overlapping areas that exist between the roles we assume in different cultural environments.

Reinaldo's work highlights the rich and complex stories that emerge when these often overlooked aspects of identity are given due attention. Reinaldo holds an MFA from the University of Idaho, and a BFA from the College of Idaho. He’s co-founded numerous collaborative printmaking initiatives, such as Spokane Print Fest, Spokane Print and Publishing Center, and co-host the podcast Hello, Print Friend, which offers bilingual exposés on current printmaking topics.

Reinaldo’s work has been exhibited internationally and is included in national and international collections. Currently, he works as an Assistant Professor of Art at Gonzaga University and is creating a series of video documentaries archiving the myriad applications of printmaking around the world.

Prints by Reinaldo

Reinaldo Zambrano's Latidos, three-color screenprint, displaying a fractioned animal skull with a heart on top of horns.


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