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{Art From Mexico: Visions of a New Century}


At the Muckenthaler Cultural Center in Fullerton, CA is a new exhibit that explores contemporary art from a variety of Mexican regions and artists. "Art From Mexico: Visions of a New Century" comprises 35 works by 24 artists. The show runs through October 8th.

The exhibition focuses on two-dimensional work (painting, monotypes on paper) by artists residing in Baja California, Monterrey, Zacatecas, Mexico City, Guadalajara, Oaxaca and other cities.

Rising Tijuana artsist Mely Barragán has two works on display, including "Una de Dos" (shown here), an acrylic on printed fabric that blends two neon images of a woman's face in a way that suggests comics, telenovelas and Andy Warhol.

For more info visit the Muckenthaler Cultural Center's site.


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