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Arte Contemporáneo Jalisciense

June 19 – September 6, 1998

The Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum showcased these contemporary works of art from the permanent collection of the Museo de las Artes of the University of Guadalajara. The Museo de las Artes was established in 1994 in one of the most historically important buildings of Guadalajar, Jalisco. This turn of the century building contains two murals done in 1934 by Jalisco native José Clemente Orozco (1883-1949). The works of art in this exhibition focused on contemporary artists from this central Mexican state.

Participating Artists

Javier Arévalo, Juan José Avila, “Kreappellin”, Davis Birks, Carmen Bordes, Alejandro Colunga, León Chávez Texeiro, Fernando de la Mora, Domitila Domínguez, Ernesto Flores, José Fors, Gil Garea, Judith Gutiérrez, Marcos Huerta, Miguel Ángel López Medina, Gabriel Mariscal, Jorge Martínez, Lucía Maya, Samuel Meléndrez, Rubén Méndez, Héctor Navarro, Paul Nevín, Martha Pacheco, Antonio Ramírez Chávez, Roberto Rébora, Enrique Rico, Salvador Rodríguez, Guadalupe Sierra, Jaime Tafoya, Ramiro Torreblanca, Luis Valsoto, Ismael Vargas, Carlos Vargas Pons, Benito Zamora

Curator

Carlos Ashida, Director of Museo de las Artes

Organizing Institution

Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum

Displayed at

Main Gallery