El Paso Museum of Art Exhibitions
Patterns of Progress: Bird's-Eye Views of Texas
Through February 4, 2007
Patterns of Progress: Bird's-Eye Views of Texas includes important portraits of cities in Texas from the 19th century. These works show what was then a new form of visualizing the land instead of traditional landscape paintings. These works are hybrid, elevated images of cities more akin to a panorama or a map. Used as a way to promote their city and business, the city portraits benefited both the business community and the artists creating them. People were fascinated to view the urban terrain and this encouraged development.
Fantasy and Figuration: The Recent Work of Téodulo Rómulo
Through April 2007
The El Paso Museum of Art is pleased to feature the exhibition Fantasy and Figuration: The Recent Work of Téodulo Rómulo. This exhibition highlights the recent work of the prolific artist Téodulo Rómulo. Rómulo maintains dual citizenship with Mexico and France. Vibrant and intense colors, biomorphic iconographic forms and a visual playfulness are recurring elements in his work. Exploring the roots of Mexican and European Surrealism this exhibition will feature 12 prints and paintings by this mature Mexican artist. Exhibition is already open and will be on display until April 2007.
The El Paso Museum of Art is located downtown across from the Camino Real Hotel and Abraham Chavez Theatre. For more information, please call 915.532.1707 or visit www.elpasoartmuseum.org.
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