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At Rockefeller Center® From October 25th - October 31st 2010

To commemorate the Bicentennial of Mexican Independence and the Centennial of the Mexican Revolution, Revealing Mexico Week will celebrate the culture and people of Mexico with a weeklong series of special events in the heart of New York City.

Hosted by Tishman Speyer, and supported by the Embassy of Mexico and its Consulate General in New York, Revealing Mexico Week will give the people of New York City the opportunity to participate first-hand in the special celebration from October 25th through October 31st in Rockefeller Center.

Revealing Mexico Week will honor the traditions and people of Mexico, while also spotlighting the country’s unique contemporary culture through a weeklong series of events, including: a gala kick-off reception, a special photography installation and artist book signing at The Metropolitan Museum of Art Store, a highly anticipated culinary tasting with one of Mexico’s top chefs, and free concert performances ranging from classical to the cutting edge of modern Mexican music.

For more information visit:


Paul Strand in Mexico
September 9 – November 13, 2010
Curated by Anthony Montoya and James Krippner.  More information at

PANGAEA Bosco Sodi
Opening Reception: October 28 from 5 - 8 PM
October 28, 2010 - January 2, 2011
The Bronx Museum of the Arts will unveil a new large-scale painting created by Mexican artist Bosco Sodi for the Museum’s exhibition Pangaea. The title of both the new work and the exhibition, Pangaea, refers to the single landmass that existed 250 million years ago before the earth’s present-day continents formed. The six-panel, 13’ x 40’ painting at the centerpiece of the exhibition is an accumulation of scorched red-orange pigment and thick materials that form encrusted surfaces reminiscent of a volcanic landscape.

ISCP Open Studios 2010
November 5th – November 8th
The International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) is pleased to announce its semiannual Open Studios, a four-day exhibition of international contemporary art. The work of 38 artists, collectives and curators from 26 countries currently in residence at ISCP will be presented in their individual studios.  For more details:

Shattered Glass: Rethinking the Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil Collection. A Postgraduate Seminar and Exhibition by the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)
November 6 – December 18, 2010
Americas Society and the Museo de Arte Alvar y Carmen T. de Carrillo Gil will co-present this exhibition. Americas Society
680 Park Avenue, New York, NY.  

Conversations Between Artist and Curator
Friday, November 12 at 6:00PM
Saturday, November 13 at 5:30PM

As part of the PINTA Art Fair, the Mexican Cultural Institute in collaboration with PINTA Public Programs presents this conversation series.
Featuring Tania Candiani with curator Maria del Carmen Carrion and Alejandro Almanza Pereda  with curator Aldo Sanchez.

Luis Márquez in the World of Tomorrow: Mexican Identity and the 1939-40 Fair
November 14 – March 06, 2011
This exhibition features over 80 photographs by Luis Márquez (1899-1978), the official photographer for and art director of the Mexican Pavilion at the 1939-40 World’s Fair. Queens Museum of Art:. 


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