* This Saturday is the last day to see the
- The Marlborough Gallery is located at
40 West 57th Streetin . For more information please check out their website. Manhattan
* The Philadelphia Museum of Art gathered works from museums in
- “Tesoros” runs from now until December 31st at the
of Art, located on Philadelphia Museum 26th Streetand Parkway.
* Last week, the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach, California opened their feature exhibition on contemporary Cuban art entitled “Unbroken Ties: Dialogues in Cuban Art.” “Unbroken Ties” covers various different forms of art from nearly 40 Cuban artists including several living in exile. As Guest Curator Jorge Santis observed, the exhibition “demonstrates that neither time nor distance can erase the spiritual, behavioral and cultural linkage that exists between compatriots.”
- “Unbroken Ties: Dialogues in Cuban Art” will be shown until March 4, 2007 at the Museum of Latin American Art at 628 Alamitos Avenue in Long Beach
* ‘Good things come in small packages’ would be the best way to describe the “Mapping Nativity” exhibit at Denver’s Museo de las Américas. The exhibit recreates over 130 versions of the nativity scene from 18 Latin American countries using a myriad of items. Much like snowflakes no two nativity scenes are the same and they aptly represent the originality of Latin American art.
- “Mapping Nativity” is located at the Museo de las Américas
(861 Santa Fe Drivein and the exhibit runs until December 31st Denver)
*Though the Day of the Dead was commemorated a few weeks ago,
- “Rooted in Tradition” runs until December 10th and is held at
Chicago’s located at Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum 1852 West 19th Street.
* In a city well-known for galleries on
None of the above-mentioned museums are near you? No need to worry as LANIC’s website on art has dozens of links of galleries and museums from around the Hemisphere that showcase art from the
Image- Marlborough Gallery