Fusion: American Classics Meet Latin American Art

Exhibition of Hispanic Art from the Mid-Atlantic Region September 15, 2009 – October 15, 2009


Dover, DE – In a partnership with the Governor’s Advisory Council on Hispanic Affairs (GACHA), the Biggs Museum will exhibit the works of contemporary Hispanic artists living or working in the State of Delaware and the Mid-Atlantic Region. This exhibition will commemorate the declaration of the Hispanic Heritage Month Proclamation at the Museum on September 15, 2009. The exhibition will be strategically placed throughout Galleries Two through Seven and the Old Stair Hall Gallery alongside the Museum’s permanent collection of fine and decorative arts of the 18th and early 19th centuries that were made and used within the State of Delaware. The contemporary Hispanic works displayed will symbolically represent the parallel currents of Early-American/Spanish culture alongside the development of the American mainstream. The exhibition will highlight contrasts and continuity between the influences of contemporary Hispanic and early-American fine and decorative arts.

The following artists will be featured in Fusion: American Classics Meets Latin American Art:

Leonor Brazão: Chantilly, VA

Pablo Caviedes: New York, NY

David Camero: Washington, DC

Felisa Federman: Potomac, MD

Iliana Garcia: Brooklyn, NY

Magaly Garza: Fairfax, VA

Magda Korn: Hockessin, DE

Ruben Lopez: Wilmington, DE

Maria Morales

Carlos Nuñez: Philadelphia, PA

Mara Odette: Bethesda, MD

Jorge Posada: New York, NY

Gustavo Rojas: Teaneck, NJ

Jeannette Sababa: New York, NY

Luz Salas: Philadelphia, PA

Marta Sanchez: Philadelphia, PA

Nikki Schiro: New York, NY

Nicolas Shi: Washington, DC

Miguel Tio: New York, NY