El Paso Museum of Art
May 11 - November 2, 2014
The latest in the series of themed exhibitions from the Museum’s growing collection of retablos is Saint Francis of Assisi and Saint Francis of Paola.
The El Paso Museum of Art turns 50 this year! In honor of their anniversary the museum presents an exhibition of landscape paintings depicting the […]
14 retablos are featured from the permanent collection and explores the popularity of the Virgin of Guadalupe as a major religious and cultural icon in […]
EPMA presents 22 of Said’s abstractions created in different media, including painting, photography, blueprints, and charts.
This exhibition is comprised of a "print portfolio containing works from 20 artists from various countries including Spain, France, Mexico, Canada and the U.S.A addressing […]
Manuel G. Acosta: A Retrospective Of His Work – Una Retrospectiva De Su Trabajo, is the largest and most comprehensive retrospective of art by late […]
The El Paso Museum of Art presents work by one of the 19th century’s greatest artists, in the exhibit James Abbott McNeil Whistler; Realism in […]
The exhibition Blake to Kahlo to Warhol: Masterworks from the Harry Ransom Center brings together American, Mexican, and European masterworks from the Ransom Center’s collection […]
Pulling from the museum’s own collection, Contemporary Prints features late 20th-century American and Mexican prints, including examples by James Drake, Nunik Sauret, Roger Shimomura, Robert […]
What a great idea! The El Paso Museum of Art (EPMA) and the Museo de Arte Ciudad Juarez (INBA) are co-hosting the first binational juried […]
Who knew Dale Chihuly had such an extensive collection of Navajo blankets? Exhibited are 80 blankets and 15 of his own hand-blown glass vessels.
Works on paper from the museum's collection given by Phyllis Bounds in 1986.
Curated by Katherine Smith, this exhibition showcases a recent gift of oil on copper, tin or canvas retablos given to the Museum by Steven and […]
Featuring Renaissance and Baroque prints of women from the museum's permanent collection.
Love him or hate him, we all live in a Peter Max world.
Curated by Christian Gerstheimer.