Art institutes around Los Angeles pull out all the stops in honor of Mexico's bicentennial with a rich display from its 3,000 years of history.
It's not just folk, it's fusion. Exhibitions nationwide spotlight a bold and visionary tradition.
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Organic materials and outmoded technology throw curveballs at curators.
LACMA's rare display of art post the Chicano movement stresses themes of illegal immigration and discrimination.
The Broad Contemporary Art Museum eschews gift shops and restaurants in favor of dynamic galleries devoted wholly to art.