When it comes to Mexican and Latin American art, most people tend to think of large murals and folkloric figures. But there is so much more.
The Norton Simon Museum is toasting Hispanic and Latino Heritage Month with “Breaking Ground: 20th-Century Latin American Art,” an exhibit of work by artists from 1931-1985 in which they explore the various forms of modernism. The exhibit opens Sept. 13.
The show includes paintings, lithography, photography and more by artists such as Diego Rivera, Manuel Alvarez Bravo and Angel Bracho of Mexico, Roberto Matta from Chile, Antonio Frasconi of Uruguay and Gego (also known as Gertrud Goldschmidt) from Venezuela
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