Join museum educators to hear a presentation on the Tacoma Art Museum’s new exhibition, Luces y Sombras: Images of Mexico.
Luces y Sombras reflects a broad span of Mexico’s modern history, beginning with work by photographers active in the 1920s, not long after the conclusion of the Mexican Revolution. Luces y Sombras reflects many themes embraced by photographers in Mexico, both native and foreign-born – the landscape, urban life, and, especially among younger generations, gender and invented situations infused with symbolism.
Please note that this TAM Talks program will take place at the Fern Hill Branch Library. For questions, please contact the Education team’s Public Programs Coordinator.