Dallas Museum of Art showcases Mexican artwork in “Mexico: 1900-1950” exhibit

The Dallas Museum of Art is exhibiting its Mexico exhibition for a few more weeks before its last day, July 16, 2017. “Mexico: 1900-1950” shows the evolution of Mexican art, as well as Mexican history during that time period. The exhibit includes paintings and sculptures created by Mexican artists, including “Las Dos Fridas” by Frida Kahlo and various works by Diego Rivera. 

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