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Breaching Walls | Real & Imaginary

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November 6 - December 1

Reception: Nov 8, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m

An unprecedented exhibition highlighting 1,000 years of Latin American art. “Breaching Walls: Real and Imaginary” (showing Nov 6 – Dec 1) brings together artwork from major private and public collections of “Arte Hispano-Americano.” The artists whose work is exhibited in “Breaching Walls” are primarily 20th century Mexican and Mexican-American painters, printmakers, photographers and sculptors. The exhibition focuses on the artists’ use of symbols that have retained relevance over centuries; symbols which have roots in pre-Columbian Mesoamerica.

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Building 1
Room 1121

Gallery Coordinator:
Paul Bridenbaugh