Upcoming Exhibitions

Rico Lebrun in Mexico

1/20/18 - 3/17/18

Rico Lebrun, "Mexican Street in the Rain", 1954, collage and mixed media, 110 x 65 inches

This exhibition will key upon L.A. artist Rico Lebrun's (1900-1964) significant impact upon a generation of Mexican artists; particularly the Mexico's new generation of muralists, when Lebrun moved to Mexico and taught at the Instituto Allende in San Miguel de Allende.

Francisco Zuniga: Sculpture & Drawings

1/20/18 - 3/17/18

Francisco Zuniga, "La Anunciacion (The Annunciation)", 1983, crayon and pastel on ivory paper, 27 1/2 x 19 3/4 inches

Francisco Zuniga (b. 1912 Costa Rica- d.1998 Mexico) is regarded as one of the most important artists of Latin America in the 20th Century. While his sculpture and drawings - primarily of indigenous women of Mexico - are widely celebrated, the political aspect of his works was initially viewed as provocative, as he dared to depict the indigenous women of Mexico as fundamentally heroic. According to the Mexican art historian Ida Rodriguez Prampolini, Zuniga was the most internationally collected artist of Mexico; nowhere is this more evident than in Southern California collections.