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2014 LA Art Show
Treasures of the Maya Spirit was an exhibition that celebrated Maya culture and its contributions to the world. The exhibition presented more than 200 extraordinary examples of Pre-Columbian Maya Art, and featured some of the finest examples of native Guatemalan textiles, antique masks, and dance costumes, as well as contemporary works of art by prize-winning artists and anonymous artist-artisans, reflecting the Maya region´s worldview.
Treasures of the Maya Spirit focused on the art and civilization of the Maya people and is curated by several organizations headed by Gio Rossilli: Sofia Paredes Maury, Fundacion La Ruta Maya; Ines Guzman, Museo Maya de America; Raymond Senuk, Friends of Ixchel Museum; Peter Markman and Dr. Alison Heney, Xipe Projects; and Adrian Lorenzana, Paiz Foundation.
Seri Facepainting Preparation for Xipe Projects Gallery Cultural Exchange
November 13, 2013 by Deborah Small
Guatemala: Tesoros del Espíritu Maya
- Fundación Museo Maya de América
Herón Martínez Mendoza - An Extraordinary Mexican Potter
Diablitos in the Details: The Curious Tale of Mexico's Most Peculiar Pottery - By Hunter Oatman-Stanford
Árbol de la vida: Una tradición mexicana: The American Museum of Ceramic Art November 9, 2013 – January 26, 2014
KTLA: Mayan Treasures- Unveiled for The First Time
POSTED 9:38 AM, JANUARY 15, 2014, BY NANCY CRUZ AND GAYLE ANDERSON, UPDATED AT 07:20AM, JANUARY 16, 2014
Treasures of the Maya Spirit Exhibition - La Ruta Maya Conservation Foundation and Xipe Projects
Santa Fe Crafts: American Indian Jewelry & Art
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