November 20, 2015 — May 22, 2016
A glimpse into the cultural impact and bright colors of Peter Rodriguez's art and life.
The exhibition highlights important works by Peter Rodriguez, founder of The Mexican Museum, from his many years as an artist. Examine Rodriguez's unique artistic style and invaluable contributions to Latino cultural promotion and awareness.
Co-Curators: Bea Carrillo Hocker and Nora Wagner
Curatorial Consultants: Lupe Kindel and Adriana Williams
Closing October 26, 2015
Post-revolutionary Mexico saw the emergence of some of the greatest artists of the 20th century - individuals that influenced a whole generation of artists at home and abroad. The exhibition includes over 40 paintings, works on paper, and sculpture, as well as rare books and ephemera representing 30 internationally-known artists.
TOURS OF THE MEXICAN MUSEUM
The Mexican Museum is pleased to offer tours of its current exhibitions led by knowledgeable and enthusiastic docents. Tours offer visitors an opportunity to learn about art and culture through the artwork on display. These exhibitions do change a few times a year so please check the website for more information about what is currently on view.