Posts Tagged ‘Latin America’

Beginning in  April, MOLAA will present a series of architecture and design lectures.  Experts in these fields will speak about the various architectural and design styles present in Latin America,  while providing a historical context for the different style movements which have influenced architecture. Contagious Risk will be the first lecture in the series and […]

Gego (Gertrude Goldschmidt), one of the most important artists of the Venezuelan constructivist movement, was born in Hamburg, Germany in 1912 and moved to Venezuela in 1939. During her first decades in Caracas she worked as an architect and designer of furniture, and taught architecture at the Universidad Central de Venezuela in Caracas. In the […]

El grito II / The Cry II, 1983, oil on canvas, (detail of triptych, 41 5/16 x 68 15/1 in.),Collection of Fundacion Guayasamín Beginning Saturday, April 18, Of Rage and Redemption: The Art of Oswaldo Guayasamin, will be on view at MOLAA. This traveling exhibition will make its final national stop at the museum. Heralded […]

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 […]

Check out what the District Weekly had to say about our Spiritual and Religious theme, currently on view in the permanent collection galleries

*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 […]