The 34th annual exhibit remembering deceased loved ones returns in virtual form at the National Museum
of Mexican Art from Sept. 18-Dec. 13.
This year the free exhibit, “Solo un poci aqui: Day of the Dead
,” remembers those who have died from COVID-19.
New installations, paintings and prints have been created by local artists and will be displayed alongside works from the museum’s permanent collection by artists from both sides of the border. To register for the online tour, visit nationalmuseumofmexicanart.org.
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