The Mexican Museum Presents Images: Independence And Revolution

. November 24, 2010 . 0 Comments

The Mexican Museum presents Images: Independence And Revolution open through February 20, 2011.

As The Mexican Museum re-engages its exhibition program, the Museum’s collection vault is reopened to share treasured objects with supporters and visitors. “Images of Independence and Revolution” draws from the Museum’s varied collections to celebrate the Bicentennial of Mexican Independence of 1810 and the Centennial of the Mexican Revolution of 1910. “Independence and Revolution” are significant themes in Mexican and Chicano art.

The display includes 19th century paintings, as well as 20th century Mexican folk art, works on paper, and documentary photographs that illustrate the cultural shifts brought on by these two historic events.

The Mexican Museum
Fort Mason Center
Building D
San Francisco, CA 94123
Telephone: (415) 202-9700
themexicanmuseum@gmail.com
ww.mexicanmuseum.org

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