Dec 13, 2020 - Feb 13, 2022
Dressing with Purpose: Belonging and Resistance in Scandinavia
Museum of International Folk Art

Dressing with Purpose examines three dress traditions today—Swedish folkdräkt, Norwegian bunad, and Sámi gákti—in light of more than two centuries of social and political change across Scandinavia.

 

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Jan 25, 2020 - Apr 19, 2020
The birth, death and resurrection of Christ: from Michelangelo to Tiepolo
New Mexico Museum of Art

During the Renaissance, biblical episodes from the life of Christ were the artistic mainstay for a majority of artists. 

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Dec 8, 2019 - Jan 10, 2021
Yokai: Ghosts & Demons of Japan
Museum of International Folk Art

Vivid in Japanese art and imagination are creatures that are at once ghastly and comical. Yokai generally refers to demons, ghosts, shapeshifters, and “strange” and supernatural beings. Specific creatures are commonly associated with classical literature, folklore, theatrical performances, festivals, art, and other forms of expressive culture. Yokai are also prevalent in contemporary Japanese popular culture; you find them in manga (comics), anime (animation), and character-based games such as Pokémon (“pocket monster”).

 

 

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Nov 27, 2019 - Aug 16, 2020
Picturing Passion
New Mexico Museum of Art
Artists Interpret the Penitente Brotherhood

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