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María Izquierdo 1902-1955

June 14, 1995 – September 8, 1996 Main Gallery
(Detail) María Izquiero, Trigo crecido (Grown Wheat), 1940, oil on masonite, Galería de Arte Mexicano, Mariana Pérez Amor/Alejandra R. de Yturbe Collection, Mexico City

Though not well known during her lifetime, Izquierdo had a great impact on Mexican art, especially on contemporary Mexican women artists. This exhibition was the first international retrospective of this artist, and it effectively served to reintroduce the artistic accomplishments of Maria Izquierdo to the U.S. The display consisted of over seventy works from public and private collections in Mexico City, Monterrey, and Cuernavaca. Traveling exhibition venues: Museo de Arte Moderno, Mexico City.

PARTICIPATING ARTIST

María Izquierdo

CURATOR

Luis Martín Lozano

ORGANIZING INSTITUTIONS

Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum

GALLERY VIEWS

All images below are a glimpse into the exhibition for those who could not attend in person.

Exhibition Highlights