The Mexican Museum's galleries at Fort Mason Center are open from Wednesday through Sunday 12-4pm. Please check our calendar for offsite exhibitions and events.
The Mexican Museum
Fort Mason Center, Building D
Marina Boulevard and Buchanan Street
San Francisco, CA 94123
Wednesday - Sunday
12 - 4 pm
A contemporary art exhibition illuminating the cutting-edge vitality of some of today’s most engaging Mexican and Mexican American Artists.
Ray Martín Abeyta; Tania Candiani; Einar & Jamex de la Torre; Caleb Duarte; Francisco Fernández aka TAKA; Camille Rose Garcia; Michael Hernandez de Luna; Franco Mondini-Ruiz; Julio César Morales; Viva Parades; Tatiana Parcero; Marcos Ramírez aka ERRE; Jerónimo López Ramírez aka Dr. LAKRA; Jorge Rojas; Betsabeé Romero; and, Arturo Ernesto Romo.
To view photos from The Tequila Don Julio opening reception click on the link!
The Mexican Museum unveils the Tequila Don Julio Collection as part of its ongoing celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.
The Tequila Don Julio Collection makes its permanent home at The Mexican Museum in San Francisco following a successful traveling exhibit that included stops in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, and Houston. The new contemporary art collection, which is made possible in part with generous support from Tequila Don Julio, showcases the expressive, cutting-edge vitality of 17 of today's most prominent Mexican and Mexican American contemporary artists -- three of whom live in the Bay Area -- Viva (Viviana) Paredes, Caleb Duarte, and Julio Cesar Morales. Artist Jorge Rojas, born in Mexico and now living in Salt Lake City, is creating an on-site piece for The Mexican Museum from September 19 to 23. Other featured Mexican and Mexican American artists in the collection include: Ray Martin Abeyta, Tania Candiani, Einar and Jamex de la Torre, Francisco Fernandez aka TAKA, Camille Rose Garcia, Michael Hernandez de Luna, Franco Mondini-Ruiz, Tatiana Parcero, Marcos Ramirez aka ERRE, Jeromino Lopez Ramirez aka Dr. LAKRA, Betsabee Romero, and Arturo Ernesto Romo. The soul and spirit of the arts and cultures of Mexico and the Americas are fundamentally linked. The Mexican Museum voices the complexity and richness of Latino art throughout the Americas, encouraging dialogue among the broadest public. Wednesday-Sunday, 12:00 Noon-4:00 p.m. (Call to confirm open hours) FREE More Information: (415) 202-9700 firstname.lastname@example.org www.facebook.com & www.mexicanmuseum.org