Posts Tagged ‘Exhibitions’

Changing the Focus:Latin American Photography (1990-2005) February 14 – May 2, 2010. This is the first survey of Latin American photography and photo-based art to be presented in the Los Angeles area. All the works in the exhibition were created between 1990-2005. They explore the artists’ personally-charged response to the local and global issues grounded […]


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 […]


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.


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.


*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 […]


A review in the Long Beach Press Telegram of the Lam and Luna exhibitions currently on view . Here’s another review in the OC Register.


I’ve come across links to info I thought you’d all enjoy. Happy reading! *Interesting interview with art dealer, Ramis Barquet, who is respected and well-known in the Latin American and international art scene. *Want to find out who is impacting the current contemporary Mexican art scene? Read about some of Mexico’s brightest artists in this […]