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Mexican Revolution Museum Reopens with Ode to Corn Exhibit

PULSE NEWS MEXICO After a two-month closure for remodeling, Mexico’s National Museum of the Revolution is due to reopen its doors on Wednesday, Sept. 14, with a powerful painting exhibit by artist Santiago Robles dedicated to the nation’s most important basic food item, maize. The “Ode to Corn” exhibit, also titled “The Chauhistle (the Nahuatl word for maize) Has Fallen,”

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Mexico’s Popular Art Museum Presents Modern Surrealism Exhibit

PULSE NEWS MEXICO Mexico’s Museum of Poplar Art (MAP), located at Revillagigedo 11 in Mexico City’s downtown Centro Histórico, opened an exhibition of works be artist Mario Martín del Campo on Wednesday, Aug. 31. A native of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Martín del Campo is known for his surreal interpretations of Mexican themes with a Renaissance rigor and a contemporary multimedia style.

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Chiapas Museum to Present Extensive Exhibit on Bonampak

PULSE NEWS MEXICO The Regional Museum of Chiapas, part of the network of exhibition halls belonging to Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), will present an extensive exhibit on the Maya archeological site Bonampak from Wednesday, Sept. 7, through March 3, 2023. The exhibit, titled “Bonampak, a History under Construction,” will include reproductions of murals, ceramic and stone

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Peruvian Photo Exhibit to Open along Avenida Reforma

PULSE NEWS MEXICO An exhibition of 30 large-format photographs of Peru and Amazonia is slated to open on Friday, July 22, along Avenida Paseo de la Reforma along the Walk of the Friendly Cultures, located between the Ahuehuete Roundabout and Avenida Insurgentes. The images, which are being presented by the Peruvian Embassy in Mexico in cooperation with the Mexico City

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Mexico City Museum to Present Three LGBTQ+ Exhibits

PULSE NEWS MEXICO The Mexico City Museum, a subsidiary of the capital’s Culture Secretariat focusing on modern art, is due to open three new exhibitions on Saturday, June 18. All three exhibits — “Lavender City, Queer Art Biennial,” “Cycles” and “Origins”– are being presented within the framework of Mexico City’s Month of Diversity celebrations and showcase art related to or

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Indigenous Communities Photo Exhibit by French-Hungarian Opens

By THE PULSE NEWS MEXICO STAFF Mexico’s Museum of Photographic Archives (MAF) on Friday, May 13, opened an exhibit of works by the late French-Hungarian photographer Nadja Massün, who personally prepared the montage before passing away a few days before its opening. The exhibition contains 50 images of indigenous communities in Mexico and abroad taken by Massün over a 20-year

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