Traverse the pre-Hispanic and colonial eras of Mexican history and explore how Mexican Modernist artists—including Kahlo and her contemporaries—drew from the deep well of Mexico’s history and culture to inform some of their most powerful and richly complex works.
Dennis Carr, Carolyn and Peter Lynch Curator of American Decorative Arts and Sculpture
Above: Teotihuacan, Funerary Mask, AD 1–550. 1988.1224. Earthenware: red-orange and white paint. Gift of Landon T. Clay.