Borders and Neighbors: Craft Connectivity Between the U.S. and Mexico Exhibition
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This exhibition focuses on influences between Mexican and American craft traditions, which was on view in the Biscailuz Gallery at El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument from November 16, 2017 through February 25, 2018. This exhibition of approximately thirty objects highlights artwork in a variety of media made by artists from both the U.S. and from Mexico who are featured in Craft in America’s BORDERS and NEIGHBORS episodes. In celebration of Craft in America’s tenth year on air, these episodes mark the series’ first in-depth foray into craft outside of the U.S. This exhibition, held at the site of the historic birthplace of the city of Los Angeles, will be an occasion to honor the spirit of creativity that transcends physical and cultural barriers and that unifies our cultures.
In partnership with El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument, Borders and Neighbors: Craft Connectivity Between the U.S. and Mexico will explore the symbiotic relationships that Mexican and American artists have on each other, their craft and their communities. Featuring a broad range of work by weavers, ceramic artists, papermakers, jewelers, muralists, altar makers – these objects touch on the people, history and traditions behind the craft. The stories they represent confirm the idea that art is without borders.
This exhibition was on display at the Biscailuz Gallery, El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument, November 16, 2017 – February 25, 2018.
Photos by Madison Metro