byAsia MorrisinArts & Culture
An exhibition dedicated to the late conceptual artist Ana Mendieta (Cuba, 1948–1985) on the 70th anniversary year of her birth will open at the Museum of Latin American Art.
“I think that most of us hope that we are actively participating in how we are perceived but, the truth is that some of us have less political and cultural power than others,” MOLAA Curator of Education Gabriela Martinez...
The Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) announced this week that their exhibition, Transformations, has received a 2016 Thea Award for Outstanding Achievement for “A Museum Exhibit on a Limited Budget” from the Themed Entertainment Association (TEA).
Attendees of the upcoming exhibit, Frida Kahlo: Through the Lens of Nickolas Muray, to open at the Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) on April 30, will be graced with intimate portraits of Mexico’s most prolific and well known female...
Following an international search, Lourdes I. Ramos has been chosen as the new president and CEO of the Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA), Robert Braun and Mike Deovlet, co-chairmen of MOLAA’s Board of Directors, announced Wednesday.
The Museum of Latin American Art’s (MOLAA) first solo exhibition featuring a Chicano artist will present a retrospective of Frank Romero’s work, encompassing over 50 years of the iconic Chicano artist’s career in Los Angeles.