Tell us your stories! Transformations is our upcoming exhibition and we are looking to YOU to share a dramatic and inspiring experience that reshaped your life. If your story is selected, you will work with the curator of the exhibition, and will choose works from our collection, to create a visual representation of your emotional state, both before and after the transformative event.Five stories total will be chosen. For more details on how to enter, click here.
Join us for the opening of our new Project Room exhibition by Marcela Armas this Friday, July 20 beginning at 6:00pm. The exhibition will Resistance, as well as other works from her Vortex project. Resistance is an installation that represents the border and the socio-political tension between Mexico and the United States and Vortex examines the industrial production of state textbooks and the controversial politics embedded in their creation. Armas works and lives between Mexico City and San Miguel de Allende. Free admission.
Image Credit: Marcela Armas, Vórtice/Vortex, 2013. Image courtesy of the artist.
Join us on Saturday, June 28 at 7:00pm for the opening of Fabelo’s Anatomy. This exhibition offers a glimpse into the complex world of imagery emerging from the mind of one of Cuba’s most compelling artists, Roberto Fabelo. This is his first solo museum exhibition in the United States and he will be present at the opening. Members, to RSVP call 562.216.4180 or email email@example.com. Non-Members, please call 562.437.1689. Members: Free/Non-Members: $15
Image Credit:Roberto Fabelo (Cuba, b. 1951),”Suyu me vuelve loco / Suyu Drives Me Crazy,” 2013.Courtesy of the artist
This Saturday marks the first official day of summer, and whether you’ve been hiding under air conditioned shelter for months or are still praying for a day you can bust out the denim shorts, one thing is for certain: Summer art exhibitions have arri…
Magical Realism and Modern Oaxaca: Remembering Gabriel García Márquez (1927–2014) is currently on view and is named one of the top 15 international summer art exhibitions you should see!
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Curated by Edward Hayes Jr., MOLAA Assistant Curator
Distant Parallels reflects upon the Latin American diaspora through family-based investigation and broader cultural excavations of inter-continental Latin America. This exhibition explores topics of home, homeland, anonymity and representation in bold new work by five emerging Los Angeles-based artists. The artists whose work will be on view include Adriana Baltazar,Ramiro Gomez Jr., Miguel Ángel Mejía,Gala Porras-Kim and Luis Ernesto Zavala.
Opening Reception at The Collaborative
Saturday, April 26
Two hours free parking available with the Collaborative validation.
421 W. Broadway Ave.
Long Beach, CA 90802
Join us tonight at 7:00pm for the opening of A Game of Deception… Of Oil, Soccer and Other Bets by Tijuana-born artist Marcos Ramírez ERRE. This exhibition will address the use of natural resources and the denationalization of Mexico’s oil industry. ERRE will be present at the opening reception.
Members: Free/Non-Members: $9
Thanks to things like flowers made out of bread dough and a bearded bride, its getting a little silly at the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach, maybe even a little funny, and definitely a bit absurd.Whims and Absurdities is a new ex
Stop by and see our new exhibition, Whims and Absurdities currently on view.
On October 5 we will celebrate a new photography exhibition titled Latino/US Cotidiano. The photos focus on Latinos doing everyday things. So, we are asking all of you, regardless of whether you are of Latin American heritage or not, to tell us, with photos, what everyday life means to you. Hashtag your photos #molaaeveryday and we will select our favorites and showcase them during the opening party on October 5!
Karen Miranda (USA/Ecuador, b. 1983)
The Arrival, from Other Stories / Historias Bravas series, 2009
Courtesy of the artist
© Karen Miranda