Art Exhibit Profiles 1,000 Years of Latin American Art

BreachingWalls_PosterThe Skyline College Art Gallery is proud to present an unprecedented exhibition highlighting 1,000 years of Latin American art.

“Breaching Walls: Real and Imaginary” (showing Nov 6 – Dec 1) brings together artwork from major private and public collections of “Arte Hispano-Americano.” The artists whose work is exhibited in “Breaching Walls” are primarily 20th century Mexican and Mexican-American painters, printmakers, photographers and sculptors. The exhibition focuses on the artists’ use of symbols that have retained relevance over centuries; symbols which have roots in pre-Columbian Mesoamerica.

COME SEE THE EXHIBITION:

  • OPENING RECEPTION: November 8, 2017 | 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. | Skyline College Art Gallery

(Light refreshments will be served; All are welcome)

  • EXIBITION DATES: November 6 – December 1, 2017

This is one of the most extensive exhibitions to have ever showed at the Skyline College Art Gallery, and represents a labor of love for the individuals who have helped to bring it to bear. We hope you will stop by, either the opening reception or on your own time, to enjoy these amazing works.

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