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“Beatriz González: A Retrospective” at the MFAH, the first large scale U.S. exhibition dedicated to the work by the Colombian artist

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Houston

Beatriz González: A Retrospective 
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston 

Through January 20, 2020

1001 Bissonnet St, Houston,
TX 77005, United States

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Beatriz González: A Retrospective is the first large-scale U.S. exhibition dedicated to the work of Colombian artist Beatriz González, on view at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, from October 27, 2019 through January 20, 2020. Based in Bogotá, González (born 1938) is not only an internationally celebrated artist but also one of the few living representatives of the “radical women” generation from Latin America. González’s groundbreaking production spans more than six decades of intensive research yet remains largely unfamiliar to audiences in the United States.

One of the most comprehensive displays of the artist’s work to date, Beatriz González: A Retrospective seeks to remedy this lag by presenting more than 100 works, from the early 1960s through the present, that embody the full scope of González’s oeuvre. The retrospective offers an expansive look at the artist’s unique and influential practice through her most iconic works, many of which have rarely been seen outside of Colombia.

Beatriz González: A Retrospective 
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston 

Through January 20, 2020

1001 Bissonnet St, Houston,
TX 77005, United States

Para más información:
MFAH
Facebook / Instagram / Twitter

Beatriz González: A Retrospective is the first large-scale U.S. exhibition dedicated to the work of Colombian artist Beatriz González, on view at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, from October 27, 2019 through January 20, 2020. Based in Bogotá, González (born 1938) is not only an internationally celebrated artist but also one of the few living representatives of the “radical women” generation from Latin America. González’s groundbreaking production spans more than six decades of intensive research yet remains largely unfamiliar to audiences in the United States.

One of the most comprehensive displays of the artist’s work to date, Beatriz González: A Retrospective seeks to remedy this lag by presenting more than 100 works, from the early 1960s through the present, that embody the full scope of González’s oeuvre. The retrospective offers an expansive look at the artist’s unique and influential practice through her most iconic works, many of which have rarely been seen outside of Colombia.

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