Nahui Olin (1893-1978) was a woman of great intellectual and creative capacity. She quickly became a prominent figure at a time when Mexico was headed towards Modernism. This exhibition helped shed light on how this one woman opened the road to freedom for other female artists who walked freely and with great dignity through the cultural scene of 20th century Mexico.
Tomás Zurián assisted by Dolores Mercado
National Museum of Mexican Art
National Museum of Mexican Art Rubin & Paula Torres Gallery
All images below are a glimpse into the exhibition for those who could not attend in person. Photo credit: Michael Tropea