Centro de Artes

Centro de Artes

101 S Santa Rosa Ave

San Antonio, Texas 78207


Alberto Mijangos: 159: A Retrospective of His Art (and Life)

Centro de Artes

July 12 - November 11, 2018

In this exhibition, curated by Teresa Eckmann, "ninety-six artworks by long-time San Antonio resident Alberto Mijangos trace his artistic trajectory over the course of nearly a half-century from neo-figuration, to figurative abstraction, to post-modern appropriation as the artist mines a variety of themes such as flags, t-shirts, underwear, and Eduard Manet’s Olympia of 1863."


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