Xipe Projects

Latin American Masks and Popular Art

Ceramics

Masks

Antiquities

Textiles

  • The Pieper Collection of Mexican Masks
  • The Valey Collection of Loas
  • The Peter and Roberta Markman Collection
  • Medrano and Acero
  • Diablos of Ocumicho
  • Herón Martínez Mendoza
  • The Soteno Family of Metepec
  • Teodora Blanco
  • Santos
  • Relicarios​
  • Pulque Pitchers
  • Spanish Majolica, Granadinos, and Mexican Talavera
  • Traditional Maya Huipiles
  • Festival Costumes
  • Saltillo Sarapes 

 

Our Location

 

Xipe Projects

15121 Graham Street, Suite 103Huntington BeachCA 92649

 

staff@xipeprojects.com

 

Hours

 

Tuesday - Saturday: appt only

 

(714) 890-4040

 

Publications


To order copies of our past exhibition catalogues, please contact us with your request at staff@xipeprojects.com



News & Past Events

 

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Popular Info

Education

 

To make an appointment to see the collection or for access to our library, please email us with your request at staff@xipeprojects.com

Recent  Exhibitions

2014 LA Art Show


Exhibition highlights include a nine-foot long stucco sculpture depicting a Crouching Masked Jaguar Dancer from Guatemala's early classic period (ca. 300 AD-600AD), a wonderful selection of Pre-Columbian Ceramics, and several outstanding examples of dance masks and folk saints drawn from the collection of Xipe Projects.


We're Renovating !

After two years at our current location, we're finally expanding!

Our plans for expansion include a larger exhibition space, an updated collections portal, new programming, and much more! For more information or updates about our progress, please contact Dr. Alison Heney at staff@xipeprojects.com

 

Visitors


Parking and admission are free.

Donations are appreciated.