Archive for July, 2008

MOLAA was mentioned in yesterday’s Art Talk on KCRW (89.9FM). Edward Goldman discussed how important it is to have an impressive gallery display and design to accompany exhibitions. Advertisements


More mention of the Wifredo Lam in North America and Carlos Luna: El Gran Mambo exhibits. This time on artdaily.org Check it out and come and check out the exhibits as well, they are on view until August 31.


Wifredo Lam Woman with Long Hair, 1938 Here’s a link to a review that appeared in today’s LA Times of the Wifredo Lam in North America exhibition.


*The Palais des Beaux Arts de Brussels, hosts Mapas Abiertos: fotografía contemporánea en América Latina (Open Maps: contemporary photography in Latin America). *The Mattatuck Museum Arts & History Center located in Waterbury, Connecticut, is currently exhibiting, Merging Cultures, an exhibit featuring works from Latin Americans, both born in and outside of the U.S. *Latin American […]


Eduardo Esquivel La Peregrinacion, 2000 Sir Oliver Krisch “Tres Potencias” of the ReCortes Series, 2008 MOLAA’s permanent collection, A Bridge to the Americas presents works of art that reflect the diversity, individuality and universality of Latin American artists. Throughout the year, themes are rotated. Currently on view are Urban & Rural Landscapes, Political History and […]


Here’s a link to a story that appeared in the Christian Science Monitor regarding molaa’s two current Cuban exhibitions. It talks about Cuban art and what Cuban art, and Latin American art in general, mean to the art world at large.


Daniel Lezama, a Mexican painter, is not afraid of taking on touchy and/or controversial subjects for his paintings. While there are some who praise him there are others who find his works, which are often nude depictions of working-class Mexicans (including children) offensive. His works are described as, “simultaneously violent and sordid, touching and tender.” […]