Spritual and Religious Practices (new permanent collection theme)


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 the latest theme, Spiritual & Religious Practices. This new theme explores the blending of institutional religions with various forms of indigenous religions such as Santeria and shamanism which is characteristic of Latin American culture. It will be on view until January 2009.


One Response to “Spritual and Religious Practices (new permanent collection theme)”

  1. I would suggest that everyone see this exhibit. I only had an hour to spend in the museum and I loved it so much. There is a lot of talent throughout all the rooms, it’s amazing! Kirsch’s ReCortes is fascinating and the explination on the left of this obra was very useful.

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