Mexican Folk Art: Artesanía del Pueblo
October 29, 2022 – October 1, 2023
“Mexican Folk Art: Artesanía del Pueblo”, open to the public October 29, 2022 – October 1, 2023.
Artesanía del Pueblo: Mexican Folk Art is a journey into diverse, colorful art from various regions of Mexico. Items are made for utilitarian or decorative purposes or created for celebrations, festivities, or religious rites. Pieces are a blend of indigenous and European technique and design. Artesanía represents a strong Mexican regional and national identity and invites further exploration.
Special thanks to our private lenders and the following: Amerind Museum, ASU Art Museum, Heard Museum, Tucson Museum of Art.
Image: Unknown artist, Tree of Life from Izucar de Matamoros, Puebla, Mexico, 1979. Courtesy of Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona. NA-MX-MX-A7-256.
The exhibition was curated by Guest Curator Janet Cantley and DCWM Adjunct Curator of History Eduardo Pagán, Ph.D. Special thanks to our advisors: Julia Macias Brooks, Executive Director, Wickenburg Chamber of Commerce (ret’d), María del Rocio Rodríguez, Consul for Cultural, Community and Academic Affairs, Consulate General of Mexico in Phoenix.
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