You might recognize Fernandez’s work from her large-scale public pieces, including her 2015 installation “Fata Morgana” on view at Madison Square Park in New York. A Museum membership ensures access to all of these exhibitions and more. Working primarily in performance art, Rafa Esparza explores the effects of colonialism, the importance of personal narratives and the significance of adobe in his artistic production, among other things. The works explore themes of science, art, free will and more. The Most Exciting Latino Art & Culture Exhibitions Happening in the First Half of 2020. The works featured are on loan from Dolores Olmedo Museum collection, so it’s a great chance to see the pieces if you can’t make it to CDMX. Museum exhibitions and collections still have a lot of work left in terms of including more women artists (among other groups). Related programming will include talks and performances by Texas Isaiah, EJ Hill, Yosimar Reyes, Gabriela Ruiz, Raquel Gutiérrez, Dorian Wood, and Club Scum. The nine artists whose work will be on view include Joiri Minaya, Patricia Encarnación, Elia Alba and more. When it comes to the history of contemporary performance art, Ana Mendieta left a lasting legacy – particularly for women of color. Receive the latest information about upcoming exhibitions, educational programs, events, and more. The work of Frida Kahlo continues to impact generations of artists and creatives. If you’re a Frida Kahlo or Diego Rivera fan who wants to get a deeper sense of the Modernist movement, Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, and Mexican Modernism. The exhibition will feature self-portraits by Kahlo, a series of “rarely seen oil paintings by Rivera” and additional works by artists in the style. De Generación a Generación: a subconscious lineage. The permanent exhibition includes ecclesiastical gowns from the Spanish colonial era as well as the Virgin of Guadalupe (Virgen de Guadalupe), a painting by Antonio de Torres (c. 1725). Closes on April 27th. The exhibition looks at this crossover, featuring 200 works by 60 Mexican and U.S. artists. 20 Cooper Sq. Also @artpace helped shape the creative trajectory of so many young artists and curators in that time period! The wooden platforms were constructed for me by a wonderful elderly Cuban exile- a gentleman carpenter named Luis, who had a small wood shop in Little Haiti, Miami and who has since passed away. Collection of Elizabeth and Michael Marcus; © Graciela Iturbide; Courtesy, @mfaboston . This is the first time the Cleveland Museum of Art is highlighting works in these mediums from its collection, particularly those “produced in Latin America over the past century.”, When it comes to the history of contemporary performance art, Ana Mendieta left a lasting legacy – particularly for women of color. ⠀ ⠀ Frida Kahlo (Mexican, 1907-1958), Diego on my Mind, 1943, oil on masonite, courtesy of the Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection.⠀ ⠀ Ansel Adams (American, 1902–1984); Moon and Half Dome, Yosemite National Park, 1960 Photograph, gelatin silver print; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Places of Memory features the Indigenous women organizations Tewa Women United/TWU and the National Association of the Families of the Abducted, Detained, and Disappeared of Peru/ANFASEP. Jose Marchi : New Works TBA. The only Museum in the United States dedicated to modern and contemporary Latin American and Latino Art. Hurtado created work during the decades that saw artists like Rufino Tamayo making an impact. In 2019. magazine named her one of the 100 most influential people of 2019. Big day. This is Esparza’s first solo show at the gallery. Described as “an immersion experience,” the exhibition “Metaphysical Orozco” focuses on looking more closely at the early murals of José Clemente Orozco. Since 2012, @carolinacaycedo has conducted her ongoing #CCProject BE DAMMED, examining the wide-reaching impacts of dams built along waterways by transnational corporations. Modern & Contemporary Latin American Art Gallery. Thank you to @veromelen and @lahorchatazine for featuring me and including my artwork in a wonderful show with so many talented artists and creators! If you want to find relief in a museum space filled with artworks that reflect current events or if you need to get lost in artworks outside of the chaos, we’ve got some ideas. Visitors can also learn more about how Mexico City played a role in Kahlo’s development as an artist. Now, her work is garnering the attention it’s been lacking. Robert Graham: Civic Monuments. Social media often feels like a double-edged sword: it connects us and divides us, sometimes in violent ways. presents Saldamando’s intricate work, snapshots of moments from late-night trysts and intimate gatherings around Los Angeles. Among her many awards and accolades, Fernández was the first Latina to serve on the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts. Even in the most tense political climates — and perhaps, especially, during these times — art can work as a salve, a war cry, a mirror and a lens. #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #contemporarysculpture #modernart #modernsculpture #publicsculpture #publicart #noranaranjomorse, A post shared by [ Chris Hayman ] (@ckhayman) on Nov 11, 2018 at 10:25am PST, Where: Museum of International Folk ArtWhen: Through May 3, 2020Cost: $7 for New Mexico residents, $12 for non residents. #art #collegeofdupage #clevecarneygallery #clevecarneyartgallery #chicagoart #glenellyn #fridakahlo2020 #fridakahlo #frida #kahlo, A post shared by Cleve Carney Museum Of Art (@clevecarneymuseumofart) on Dec 6, 2019 at 6:05am PST, Where: Cleve Carney Museum of ArtWhen: June 1 to August 31Cost: Untimed Entry Tickets ($35) and Timed Tickets ($18). Through “queering the archaeological,” Vick Quezada continues to highlight Indigenous-Latinx hybridity. is the first “career survey of paintings and works on paper,” so it’s a unique opportunity to spend time with earlier works and the range of her oeuvre. Every Monday until the opening of Vida Americana: Mexican Muralists Remake American Art, 1925–1945, Whitney staff members will share their favorite works by muralists included in the exhibition. Hi everyone, I'm very proud to announce my involvement in the Connected Diaspora exhibition at Duke University with fellow Central American artists! __ Image: Shizu Saldamando, "La Ever, Chica Malcriada", colored pencil, glitter, spray paint on paper 30 x 22 inches, 2018. #DallasMuseumofArt #MexicanModernism #ArtExhibition #AlfredoRamosMartinez, A post shared by Dallas Museum of Art (@dallasmuseumart) on Jan 16, 2020 at 1:39pm PST, Where: Dallas Museum of ArtWhen: February 16 to September 20, 2020Cost: Free. Here, in no particular order, are some of the Latino and Latin American art exhibitions on view or opening during the first six months of the year. The exhibition also includes related programming — such as a one-woman show by Leather Papi and a poetry reading by Yosimar Reyes — so check the site for more info. Specifically, Caycedo talks about water. The artist has been the recipient of various grants, such as the Rema Hort Mann Foundation Emerging Artist Grant in 2015. Single admission tickets will go on sale at later date. Her “Be Dammed” project, ongoing since 2012, looks at the effects of dams built by corporations, “including the displacement and dispossession of peoples, particularly in Latin American countries such as Brazil or Colombia.” Her field research and interdisciplinary practice come together in. Iturbide’s signature high-contrast black-and-white images tell a rich, visual story of Mexico since the late 1960s. The work of Carolina Caycedo invites viewers to think more critically about our impact on the environment — and the powers that often govern both human and natural bodies. Her photographs capture nature and people in ways that feel surreal, vivid, dreamy and intimate all at once. Mexican muralism during the decades between 1920-1940 made its mark for taking on social and political issues. You’ve successfully been subscribed to our mailing list! The video shows a sculpture from her “Silueta” series, which uses natural materials to create silhouettes of female bodies. His Book of Paintings depicted Havana, Ethiopia, Egypt, Biblical stories and more — and it’s the inspiration for Visionary Aponte: Art and Black Freedom. Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, and Mexican Modernism (summer 2020), Ansel Adams in Our Time (fall 2020), and Queen Nefertari: Eternal Egypt (fall 2021) make for one of the most exciting exhibition schedules in the Museum’s history. Shizu Saldamando: L.A. Intersections presents Saldamando’s intricate work, snapshots of moments from late-night trysts and intimate gatherings around Los Angeles. Visit MOLAA En Casa Day of the Dead 2020 Exhibitions Collections Events Education Support About La Tienda / Shop Become A Member Donate #polkmuseumofart #onview, A post shared by Polk Museum of Art (@polkmuseumofart) on Dec 30, 2019 at 5:00am PST, Where: The Polk Museum of Art at Florida Southern CollegeWhen: Through April 12, 2020Cost: Free.