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Visions of Mexican Art

Tour guide describes items at Mexican art exhibit

The Kansas City Museum, with the support of the Consulate of Mexico in Kansas City, is proud to bring Visiones del Arte Mexicano/Visions of Mexican Art exhibition to Union Station Kansas City, September 18-November 11, 2012. The art exhibit features paintings, drawings, sculptures and photographs from 53 of Mexico’s most renowned artists, including Diego Rivera, Rufino Tamayo and Graciela Iturbide. The exhibit opened in conjunction with Hispanic Heritage Month and Expo Americas, which is a co-sponsor of the exhibit.

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Members of Kansas City Consular Corps enjoy reception hosted by Alicia Kerber (center) of Mexico’s local consulate

The art show is free and open to the general public, running through Nov. 11. The exhibit is in the Power & Light Gallery at the end of the north hall at Union Station.

Alicia Kerber, the new consul of Mexico in Kansas City, said the exhibit, “will foster friendship and promote understanding between the U.S. and Mexico.”


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