Through the Paths of Echoes: Contemporary Art in Mexico

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Sun, Apr 7, 1991 through Fri, May 31, 1991

This evocative exhibition or painting, sculpture, photography, and installations features 15 artists who have worked in Mexico during the past decade. Their art reflects themes that define the Mexican character: the importance and vitality of Mexico’s complicated history to its contemporary culture; the uneasy relationship between indigenous Indian and western cultures; the quest for personal and national identity; and the role that religion lays in the lives of the people.

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