José Guadalupe Posada has been widely recognized as “the foremost caricaturist, the foremost graphic artist” in Mexico for over 125 years.
Splashing across 2,500 ft of Prudential Center’s Boylston St. entrance will be muralist and graphic designer Yenny Hernandez’s installation.
A reinstallation at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston presents modern art beyond the standard boundaries of geography, time and movements.
The San Antonio Museum of Art has acquired seven photographs by pioneering American photographer Laura Aguilar.
Carmen Herrera art contributed to the cross-pollination of modernist ideas. Largely ignored in her life, Herrera is now widely recognized.
Ruby City presents an exhibition devoted to the colorful, abstract works of Berlin-based artist Arturo Herrera beginning March 3, 2022.
Pinstriping for the Dallas Museum of Art lowrider mural was done by Dallas-based lowrider artist Lokey Calderon.
The exhibition is part of the museum’s ongoing Latinx initiative supporting greater Latinx representation and participation in exhibitions.
BRIC is pleased to announce “Latinx Abstract,” a groundbreaking exhibition that asserts the enduring legacy of Latinx abstract artists.