The Instituto Cultural de México, under the direction of the Mexican Consulate in San Antonio, is gearing up for a week of programming that revolves around the topic of migration.
For the Thursday night patrons at the McNay’s Monet to Matisse: A Century of French Moderns exhibition, the synergy between the art and the music, by Nathan Felix’s choir For Those Who Follow The Echoes (FTWFTE), provided a true sensory overload.
Each artist will be assigned a particular year of San Antonio’s history on which to reflect the development of their work.
This year’s main event at Hemisfair will take place on Nov. 10, with additional special, ticketed events throughout the Nov. 9-11 weekend.
The two exhibitions currently at the Centro de Artes have a lot to say about the diverse Latino experiences of the past and present.
The exhibition features the works of 18 women artists – 17 Mexicans and one Cuban – and celebrates the artistry of women and their freedom in creativity.
This year’s dealers will bring a variety of works to the San Antonio community, from old master prints to contemporary photographs and drawings.
The exhibition showcases works from the Brooklyn Museum’s European art collection as well as pieces from the McNay’s growing modern art collection.
The artifacts of the city’s Spanish-colonial buildings may resonate with those who struggle with the identity politics of our present political landscape.
Gini Garcia never imagined that one day she would be surrounded by swirls of color, bringing beauty and joy to others through glass.