Harn Museum Celebrates Latin American Art


With two new exhibitions opened in the past month and a photography gallery extended to the upcoming year, the Harn Museum of Art is focusing on Latin American art as well as Latin American subjects.

Among the exhibitions currently at the Harn is a collection of photographs and portraits of the Mexican artist Frida Kahlo called “Mirror, Mirror…,” four works by Cuban painter Cundo Bermúdez, and a gallery with a variety of contemporary Latin American works, said Tami Wroath, director of Marketing and Public Relations.

“We have three galleries full of Latin American Art,” Wroath said. “We are very excited about it.”

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Miguel Torrellas is a reporter for WUFT News. He can be reached at miguel.1995@ufl.edu.

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