Posts Tagged ‘culture’

The holidays are right around the corner and since many of you will have time off from work and/or guests visiting in from out of town, you should bring them to molaa. We are the only museum in the western U.S. that features contemporary Latin American art and that showcases exhibitions that you won’t see […]

José Clemente Orozco at work on the sixth fresco panel from Epic of Civilization on the American Continent. PBS will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month by showcasing a variety of interesting programs that will highlight the accomplishments and contributions of Hispanics in the United States. Two of those featured will be artists, Jose Clemente Orozco and […]

Here are two links that I found interesting and that touch on Latin American art. Enjoy! *This story talks about wealthy Latin Americans purchasing more art than their North American counterparts. *Recently the Senate passed a bipartisan bill that will allow for the creation of a National Museum of the American Latino. The museum will […]

Currently on view are Wifredo Lam in North America and Carlos Luna: El Gran Mambo. Lam is the first Cuban to be recognized as a master among the mid-20th century modern artists, while Luna is a contemporary rising star. Both artists share a Cuban nationalism in their art which is filled with the rhythms of […]