Past Exhibitions 1990 - 1995

Dia de Los Muertos: the Day of the Dead, Sept 29 – Dec 10, 1995 

¡Canto, Baile y Mas!, Sep 9 – Oct 22, 1995

Perspectiva Popular: Mexican Folk Painting from the Collection of the San Antonio Museum of Art, June 16 – Sept 10, 1995

Footprints, June 2 – Sept 3, 1995

Mythical Realities, May 26 – Aug 20, 1995

Chicago Portraits, Feb 10 – May 17, 1995

The Amate Tradition: Innovation & Dissent in Mexican Art, Jan 27 – May 28, 1995

Fresh Art: Cosas de un verano, Oct 22, 1994 - Jan 29, 1995

Day of the Dead 1994: Calaveras Pa’ Todos, Sep 30 – Dec 4, 1994

Sin Fronteras, July 15 – Oct 2, 1994

Celebrate Pilsen: photographs by the children of Orozco Elementary School, July 1 – Aug 14, 1994 

Juan Soriano Sculptures, June 24 – Sept 4, 1994

Los Mineros Mexicanos, Feb 25 – June 26, 1994

National Association of Artists' Organizations Project: Prints from the Permanent Collection, Feb 11 – June 5, 1994      

Tenochtitlan visto por los niños de Kanoon, Feb 4 – March 13, 1994

El Quinto Sol: Tenochtitlan Tlatelolco Recent Findings, January 21 – May 29, 1994

“A Window to Our Neighborhood”, Dec 4, 1993 – Feb 18, 1994

¡Muertos de Gusto! Days of the Dead, Memory and Ritual, October 1 – Dec 5, 1993 

The Art of the Other Mexico: Sources and Meanings, June 18 – Sept 12, 1993

Gerardo de la Barrera obra reciente: Paisaje mixteco, May 26 – Aug 22, 1993

Permanent Collection, March 8 – May 30, 1993

From El Corazon de East L.A., March 26 – May 30, 1993

Border Baroque: An Exhibit of Works by Maria Evangelina Soliz, March 19 – May 16, 1993

Tehuanas in Mexican Art, Dec 18, 1992 – March 7, 1993

Guillermo Gómez Peña and Coco Fusco: The Year Of The White Bear, Dec 4, 1992 – Feb 10, 1993

“Patron Saints” Photographs by Jesse Herrera, Oct 25, 1991 – Jan 19, 1992

Dia de los muertos, Oct 2 – Nov 29, 1992

Carmen Lomas Garza: Pedacito de mi corazón, July 10 –Oct 4, 1992

Four Decades After the Muralists, June 26 – Sept 13, 1992

Latino Youth: Living With HIV/Aids in the Family, May 15 – June 7, 1992

Nicolás de Jesús: A Nahua Artist in Chicago, March 13 – May 3, 1992

Mexico: La Visión del Cosmos Three thousand Years of Creativity, Jan 31, 1992 – May 31, 1992 

“Wish List”, Nov 19 – Dec 22, 1991 

Día de Los Muertos, Oct 4 – Dec 1, 1991

Archives Casasola: Photographs from the Mexican Revolution, July 19 – Oct 27, 1991

Prints from the Permanent Collection, June 28 – Aug 20, 1991

The Modern Maya: A Culture in Transition Photographs by Macduff Everton, June 28 – Sept 15, 1991    

Ricardo Carbajal, Solo exhibition, May 24 – July 14, 1991

Myths, April 19 – July 7, 1991

Leopoldo Morales Praxedis Prints and Mixed Media Works, March 29 – May 12, 1991

Popular Toys of Mexico, March 1 – June 9, 1991

Victor Orozco: Solo exhibition, Jan 25 – March 17, 1991

Myth, Memory, and Fantasy: Paintings by Francisco X. Mora, Jan. 31 – March 17, 1991  

Sculptures & Mixographs by Rufino Tamayo, Dec 14, 1990 – Feb 3, 1991   

Paintings by Roberto Valadez, Nov 23, 1990 – Jan 13, 1991

Contemporary Art from the State of Zacatecas, Oct 19 – Dec 30, 1990

Recent Paintings and Studies by Viviana Powell, Sep 21 – Nov 17, 1990

Dia de Los Muertos, Oct 5 – Nov 25, 1990

Teresa Olabuenaga: Solo exhibition, July 27 – Sept 9, 1990       

Designs of Magic: Solo exhibition by Alfredo Arreguin, July 20 – Oct 7, 1990

Vestido Con El Sol: Traditional Textiles from Mexico, Guatemala and Panama, June 8 – Sept 16, 1990

Portraits – Recent Works by Francisco G. Mendoza, May 25 – July 15, 1990

A Familiar Place 1977-1989, March 9 – May 13, 1990

Que Lindo es Michoacán: Traditional and Contemporary Art from the State of Michoacán, Mexico, March 23 – May 27, 1990

15 Contemporary Mexican Painters, Dec 15, 1989- March 11, 1990

Una pequeña Retrospectiva; A solo show by Marcos Raya, Nov 10, 1989 – Jan 7, 1990