La Cartonería Mexicana / The Mexican Art of Paper and Paste
On display through Nov 03, 2024 at the Museum of International Folk Art
The exhibition will take place in the Hispanic Heritage Wing at the Museum of International Folk Art. The Hispanic Heritage Wing is one of the few museum wings in the United States which devotes space to display the art and heritage of Hispanic and Latino culture. Th Museum of International Folk Art shapes a humane world by connecting people through creative expression and artistic traditions.
View the exhibition’s object list.
For all press inquiries contact Ashley Espinoza at: firstname.lastname@example.org 505-479-0906
Photo by Addison Doty
Alebrije created by Pedro Linares, mid-1980s. Mexico City, Mexico.
Also on exhibit at the Museum of International Folk Art
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