Devil Icons: Devil Iconography in Mexican Masks

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Opened July 25, 2020

This exhibition explores popular and mysterious Mexican iconography of the devil through the use of Mexican folk art masks. Learn not only of this iconic form of folk art but also about the historical, cultural and religions meaning they hold.

Exhibition curated by Veronica Cortez

Exhibición en español
DEVIL ICONS

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