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Manchuria: Peripheral Vision-A Felipe Ehrenberg Retrospective opens this Sunday. Both Felipe Ehrenberg and Fernando Llanos, the curator of the exhibition, will give guests a tour of the exhibition from 3:30-5:00pm that day. Below are some images of Felipe Ehrenberg putting the final touches on a piece that will be on view. Advertisements


MOLAA’s permanent collection is constantly growing. While we can’t always have our entire collection out on view we  still want to share with you some of the different pieces of art you can expect to see here. Images: 1.Alejandro Otero (Venezuela, 1921-1990) Delta solar / Solar Delta, 1979 stainless steel and aluminum, 28 3/4 x […]


MOLAA Store

18May10

Recently, our store manager, Vanessa Castillo went on buying trips to both Mexico and Peru. These are a few of the many things she brought back from her trips. We  hope you can visit soon and remember, MOLAA members always receive 10% off all purchases!


Fernando Llanos

17May10

Fernando Llanos is one of Mexico’s most well-known video artists. His work has been shown in more than 20 countries including the Guggenheim in New York City, the World Wide Video Festival in Amsterdam and the Transmediale in Berlin, among others. He is also the curator of Manchuria: Peripheral Vision-A Felipe Ehrenberg Retrospective. This coming […]


Currently our curatorial staff is in the process of installing Manchuria: Peripheral Vision-A Felipe Ehrenberg Retrospective. These are a few images of what is  taking place in our galleries as we prepare for the opening  of the exhibition on May 23.


Manchuria: Peripheral Vision—A Felipe Ehrenberg Retrospective on view beginning on May 23  and running through August 15, is an exhibition of multimedia works created by Felipe Ehrenberg, one of Mexico’s most influential  conceptual artists. The 50 year survey of 200 works curated by Fernando Llanos explores Ehrenberg’s contribution to a postmodern aesthetic of conceptual, performance, […]


We are proud to announce two new acquisitions to our Permanent Collection – Cups for Argamenon’s Mask, 1995, by Brazilian conceptual artist, Tunga (Antônio José de Barros Carvahlo de Mello Mourão) and a watercolor drawing, A Plan for a Summer House/ Plano de casa de verano, 2002, by the Cuban collective Los Carpinteros (Marco Castillo, […]