Mexican cartonería expresses human imagination, emotion, and tradition, reflecting the creativity of the Mexican cartoneros.
You know Frida and Diego Rivera are the most famous artists from Mexico. Mexico, of course, has a vast art history beyond the power couple.
José Guadalupe Posada has been widely recognized as “the foremost caricaturist, the foremost graphic artist” in Mexico for over 125 years.
A reinstallation at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston presents modern art beyond the standard boundaries of geography, time and movements.
Palm Springs Art Museum has announced an exhibition that surveys more than two decades of work by Mexican artist Gonzalo Lebrija.
Octavio Medellín (1907-1999), an influential Mexican American artist and teacher whose work helped shape the Texas art scene for six decades.
The Norton Museum of Art presents “Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and Mexican Modernism” through February 6, 2022.
Museo Jumex (Mexico City) presents the work of Sofía Táboas through two complementary exhibitions on view through February 13, 2022.
The McNay Art Museum is offering a rare opportunity to see nearly all of the prints in its Permanent Collection by los tres grandes or “the three greats” of Mexican modernism–Diego Rivera, Jose Clemente Orozco, and David Alfaro Siqueiros.