30th Anniversary Exhibition
June 17 - July 8, 2017
Reception June 17, 5-8 PM
Suite E2, Tuesday - Saturday 11 - 6 PM
Latin American Masters' 30th Anniversary Exhibition includes superb examples of Latin American Art drawn from client collections. Among the exhibition's highlights are paintings by Rufino Tamayo, Francisco Toledo and Gunther Gerzso. The gallery is proud to have worked directly with all three of these important Mexican artists.
Wifredo Lam and Roberto Matta made important contributions to both Surrealism and subsequent art movements of the 1940's and 50's. Latin American Masters has organized solo exhibitions for both artists; their work will also be included in the 30th Anniversary Exhibition.
Fernando de Szyszlo, one of Latin America's most important living artists, was featured in the 2016 exhibition, Plural Modernities, at the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris. Latin American Masters is honored to include Szyszlo in the 30th Anniversary Exhibition.
Olga de Amaral, Julio Larraz, Ricardo Martinez, Roberto Matta, Carlos Merida, Armando Morales and Diego Rivera are among the other important artists included in the exhibition.
The Getty Foundation's, Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA initiative on Latin American Art, begins in September with five months of exhibitions throughout Southland museum and galleries. Latin American Masters' 30th Anniversary Exhibition can be viewed as a prelude to Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, and is a timely reminder of Latin America's rich and varied contributions to world culture.
A special thanks to our generous collectors for making this exhibition possible, and to those who have been clients of ours throughout the years. We greatly appreciate and share your passion and love for Latin American Art.
For more information on this exhibition, please contact Stephanie Mercado at (310) 829-4455, or visit our website at LatinAmericanMasters.com.