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Hasta La Casta by Michael Menchaca

Hasta La Casta by Michael Menchaca

Overpass Projects



Edition Size: 25

Image Size: 18" x 24" inches

Sheet Size: 22" x 28" inches


Condition: Pristine

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“Hasta La Casta” is a screenprint designed by Michael Menchaca and printed and published by Julia Samuels at Overpass Projects.

“Hasta La Casta” is a phrase that is intentionally provocative and riffing-off of “Hasta La Vista”. “Casta” refers back to the Spanish Caste system that was implemented during colonial Spanish America which set up a socio-racial classification system or class hierarchy. The caste system is being recalled here to reflect the nature of the treatment of minority communities and specifically those undocumented citizens targeted by I.C.E.

“Hasta La Casta” is sold directly and exclusively from the publisher Overpass Projects


The Artist

Michael Menchaca

Born in 1985 in San Antonio, Menchaca received his BFA from Texas State University in 2011, and his MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2015. He has been an Artist-in-Residence at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (ME), Vermont Studio Center (VT), The Wassaic Project (NY), Studios at MASS MoCA (MA), among others. He was a Visual Arts Fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center from 2015 – 2016 in Provincetown, MA, and is a recipient of the 2019 National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC) Fund for the Arts Grant. From 2019 — 2020, he is traveling across the U.S. co-curating the New York/San Antonio exhibition titled Xicanx: New Visions with Suzy González. Menchaca currently lives and works in San Antonio, TX.

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