This year’s exhibition pays tribute to and remembers the numerous individuals from our community, Mexico, the U.S. and the entire world that have died from COVID-19. Join us to see new installations, paintings, and prints created by local artists for this, the 34th annual Day of the Dead exhibition. In addition there will be works of art in various media from the growing National Museum of Mexican Art Permanent Collection. These works created by Mexican artists from both sides of the border reveal their interest in preserving and participating in one of the most influential living celebrations from Mexico, which over time has transcended borders.
Herman Aguirre, Rene H. Arceo, Antonia Felipe Calendario, Veronica Cardoso Nagel, Alfonso Castillo Orta (1944-2009), Castillo Orta Family, Almendra Castillo Valderrama, Carmen Chami, Javier Chavira, Álvaro de la Cruz López, José Antonio de la Cruz, Francisco Flores, Esperanza Gama, Demetrio García Aguilar, Sergio Gómez, Gronk, Ester Hernández, Pedro Hernández, Celeste Jaime, Carmen Lomas Garza, Mario López Torres, Isabel Martínez, Ann Murdy, Alejandro Nava (1956-2014), Rodrigo Oñate Roco, Ignacio Peralta Soledad, Benito Rivera Soteno, Michael Roman (1956-2016), Alfonso Alejandro Rosas Zapién, Shuta Ruelas, Ricardo X. Serment, José Alfonso Soteno Fernández, Juan José Soteno Elias, Oscar Soteno Elias, Francisco Toledo (1940-2019), Maria Tomasula, Kathy Vargas, Angélica Vásquez-Cruz
National Museum of Mexican Art