Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
The Body Says, I Am a Fiesta: The Figure in Latin American Art The Body Says, I Am a Fiesta: The Figure in Latin American Art

The Body Says, I Am a Fiesta: The Figure in Latin American Art

Curated by J. Rachel Gustafson

Norton Museum of Art West Palm Beach, Florida, USA October 4, 2019 – March 1, 2020

The Norton Museum of Art today announced its fall exhibition, The Body Says, I Am a Fiesta: The Figure in Latin American Art, which is the first in a planned series of projects dedicated to Latin American artists. Largely drawn from the Norton’s permanent collection, the exhibition addresses ideas about the body and its symbolic

Francisco Zúñiga (Mexican, born Costa Rica, 1912 – 1998), Desnudo Reclinado (Reclining Nude), 1970. Sepia crayon on ivory paper. Gift of Fels Hecht/The Fels Hecht Collection, 89.94 © Fundación Zúñiga Laborde A. C. Installation image of The Body Says, I Am a Fiesta: The Figure in Latin American Art at the Norton Museum of Art.

The Return of Coatlicue

The Return of Coatlicue

Marela Zacarias

Wasserman Projects Detroit, Michigan, USA 10/05/2018 – 12/15/2018

Wasserman Projects presents The Return of Coatlicue, an exhibition of new work by the Mexican-American artist Marela Zacarias. Trained as a muralist, Zacarias is now recognized for her site-specific practice of merging sculpture and painting into works that are informed by her research into the history of a place. For her exhibition at Wasserman Projects, Zacarias takes

Installation view, Marela Zacarias, The Return of Coatlicue at Wasserman Projects, Detroit, 2018. Photography by P.D. Rearick Installation view, Marela Zacarias, The Return of Coatlicue at Wasserman Projects, Detroit, 2018. Photography by P.D. Rearick Installation view, Marela Zacarias, The Return of Coatlicue at Wasserman Projects, Detroit, 2018. Photography by P.D. Rearick Wasserman Projects presents The Return of Coatlicue, an exhibition of new work