Claro y Obscuro

 

Claro y Obscuro, May 20 – November 27, 2011     

Summary:  Chicago area artist Elsa Muñoz paints still settings and meditative moments in time, suggesting something ad just transpired, or that a new sequence of events is about to unfold.  At times eerie, the work reflects her personal exploration and interpretation of the chiaroscuro technique – an approach where the shadow itself acts as a dominant character in the scene.

Participating Artist:  Elsa Muñoz

Curator:  Cesáreo Moreno

Organizing Institution:  National Museum of Mexican Art

Displayed at: National Museum of Mexican Art KRAFT Gallery

Friday, May 20, 2011 to Sunday, November 27, 2011